The Fate of Love (2011)

After a successful heart transplant saves her life, Caroline is reluctant to date, fearing her former health problems will scare away potential suitors. Her sister is determined to get her ... See full summary »

Director:

Stormy Daniels

Writer:

Stormy Daniels
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Cast

Cast overview:
Kirsten Price ... Caroline
Rocco Reed ... John
Alexa Nicole ... Abby
April O'Neil ... Mary
Ash Hollywood ... Elise
Bill Bailey ... Abby's Boyfriend
Seth Gamble ... Brian
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Storyline

After a successful heart transplant saves her life, Caroline is reluctant to date, fearing her former health problems will scare away potential suitors. Her sister is determined to get her back into social circles and while on a weekend camping trip, Caroline has a chance encounter with John. Although the two share an instant connection, initially neither one is ready to be more than friends. Eventually, just as they're ready to move to the next level, a devastating secret from John's past comes to light and threatens the budding romance. Will these two lovers find a way to overcome all they have endured and find a new beginning together, or can a painful past truly tempt the fate of love? Written by lament

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A love story that has the power to heal all wounds

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Adult | Romance

Certificate:

X
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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

21 September 2011 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Aşkın Kaderi See more »

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Color
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Sincere, moving romance by Stormy
22 April 2019 | by lor_See all my reviews

I fear that most porn fans would dismiss this Stormy Daniels (as writer-director) feature for Wicked Pictures as hopelessly sentimental, hardly the stuff of what passes for Adult Entertainment these days. But she stays true to her craft, fashioning a moving drama that one might say is too good for porn.

Fate in the title is the key element here, as coincidence is stretched perhaps to the breaking point. And the ploy of faith-based cinema, relying on miracles and faith, is hardly appropriate to XXX content after all.

I really got into the story and characters, and was pleased with the way Stormy controls and reports their outcomes. The star-crossed lovers are Wicked contract star Kirsten Price, a woman who's afraid to get into the dating pool thinking her secret health issue would be an instant turnoff, and Rocco Reed, stuck for a year at ground zero after the untimely passing of his wife (well-played by April O'Neil).

Matchmakers in the person of Kirsten's sister, the similar-looking beauty Alex Nicole, and Rocco's childhood friend Ash Hollywood, eventually get the duo together, in time for the key reveal and a most happy ending. Just as Frank Capra's many classics were later unjustly derided as representing Capra-corn, it is easy to dismiss Stormy's achievement, but for me it hits the spot, a pleasant throwback to sincere filmmaking in this age of facetiousness (see: Tarantino, Wes Anderson and the like).


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