Secret at Arrow Lake is a pretty nice B-grade flick with a surprising ending with a well-presented mystery. The acting isn't the best in the world, but it's not horrible. Ali Faulkner (Mia) is a nice relief for the eyes, and C. Thomas Howell's acting skill carries the others in most scenes.<br/><br/>The subtitles are awful, so much so that one memory-sequence mistakes confused the actual rhythm of the mystery, and I didn't put it together until I watched it again. The mysterious sub-plots are nicely woven together, and the "moment of truth" had me smiling through the rest of the film.<br/><br/>All in all I enjoyed this feature; it's a nice, clean family-acceptable story that doesn't have any foul language or suggestive scenes, but children probably wouldn't sit still for the slow pace and lack of action.<br/><br/>Best of all, justice prevails!
Mia Williams, raised on the family Bed & Breakfast by Sara, a loving single mom grows up believing her father was lost, M.I.A., in the Gulf War. A tragic accident results in the sudden death of Sara and Mia finds herself alone to care for the B&B while attending college. Daniel Williams, a hard-edged businessman from New York, arrives at the B&B and Mia suspects he may be her lost father. The townsfolk believe he may be responsible for Sara's death. As events unfold, Daniel clears his name and finds acceptance from the community and Mia finds a father at last.
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