Watch Jack of the Red Hearts
- 1 hr 42 min
Jack of the Red Hearts is a heartwarming and emotional drama that tells the story of a young girl named Jack (AnnaSophia Robb) who is struggling to take care of herself and her sister after their mother is sent to jail. Knowing that the system will likely separate them, Jack decides to pose as a trained caregiver for a family with an autistic child named Glory (Taylor Richardson) in hopes of securing a roof for her young family. With the help of Glory's mother, Kay (Famke Janssen), Jack is able to convince the family that she is qualified for the job, despite not having any prior experience. As she gets to know Glory and helps her navigate the world around her, Jack quickly realizes that caring for a special needs child is not at all what she thought it would be. Over time, she forms a deep bond with both Glory and Kay, and begins to see them as the family she never had. As Jack spends more time with Glory, she begins to discover that there is a lot more to her than she ever knew. With the help of her love for the young girl, she begins to confront the emotional scars that have been haunting her since her mother was sent to jail. Through her journey, Jack learns that sometimes the people who we think we are helping end up helping us the most. The movie is a touching and emotional portrayal of the power of love, family and forgiveness. AnnaSophia Robb delivers a strong and compelling performance as Jack, bringing depth and nuance to the character's journey. Famke Janssen is equally effective as Kay, a mother who is struggling to let go of her own fears and anxieties in order to be there for her child. As for Taylor Richardson, Lynch displays an astonishing performance allowing the audience to connect with Glory in ways they never could have imagined. Overall, Jack of the Red Hearts is a fantastic movie for anyone who loves drama or just wants to see an inspiring story of hope and redemption. The writing is superb, the acting is strong, and the message is powerful. This is definitely a movie that is worth seeing.