Lifetime DVD Prize Pack Contest

Seat42f and Lifetime have teamed up to give 2 lucky winners a prize pack featuring The Other Woman, The Dive From Clausen’s Pier, The Mermaid Chair, Plain Truth and What If God Were The Sun? on DVD. For a chance to win leave a comment below telling us why you want to add the Lifetime Prize Pack featuring The Other Woman,  The Dive From Clausen’s Pier, The Mermaid Chair, Plain Truth and What If God Were The Sun?  to your DVD collection. Only one entry per person. Contest ends July 6th. Winners will be notified on July 7th via email so make sure to use a valid email address when you post your comment.

DVD Release Date: June 29th, 2010

Lacey Chabert (Mean Girls) and Gena Rowlands (The Notebook) star in this poignant tale of faith, hope, love and loss based in part on the novel of the same name by acclaimed author John Edward.  Is there life after death? For many, this ever-elusive question begs consideration and inspires reflection. For Jamie (Chabert), a young woman balancing the hectic demands of her job as an ER nurse with the planning of her upcoming nuptials, the answer is clear: there is no afterlife.  But in the blink of an eye, Jamie’s harried existence is brought to a standstill. After learning that her father died in a neighboring hospital room while she, unknowingly, tended to another patient, Jamie is inconsolable. Her grief overshadows her work, her relationship with her husband-to-be, and everything she used to love – until a terminally ill patient (Rowl ands) with incredible vitality and unswerving faith helps her cope with her sorrow, and leads her to change her life and her beliefs, in ways she could never have imagined.  WHAT IF GOD WERE THE SUN? received was nominated at the 2007 Emmy Awards for Outstanding Lead Actress in a Miniseries or Movie and the 2008 Screen Actors Guild Awards for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries.

In this endearing coming-of-age tale based on the best-selling novel by Ann Packer,  just as Carrie (Michelle Trachtenberg, “Buffy The Vampire Slayer,” Mercy) comes to the difficult realization that she’s no longer in love with Mike, her childhood sweetheart and fiancé, a tragic diving accident leaves him paralyzed. Confused, Carrie makes a rash decision to escape her small town life and heads to New York City to rendezvous with a mysterious older man she just met. Amid the craziness of Manhattan, Carrie attempts to figure out once and for all where she belongs in the world.

Take a journey of mystery, passion and self-discovery with Academy Award®-winning actress Kim Basinger in the unforgettable THE MERMAID CHAIR based on the best-selling novel of the same name by Sue Mond Kidd.  After sending her daughter off to school, Jessie (Basinger) finds herself feeling alone and restless in her 20-year marriage. When she receives a disturbing phone call, she embarks on a journey to her childhood home on a beautiful island to deal with the shocking behavior of her mentally unstable mother. While delving into her family’s secretive past, Jessie meets and finds herself undeniably attracted to a Benedictine monk. This struggle with temptation, combined with the unearthing of her own history, leads Jessie to undergo a spiritual, artistic and erotic awakening – all of which help her discover her true self and what she wants out of life.

Inspired by the best-selling Jodi Picoult novel of the same name, PLAIN TRUTH is a riveting, mutli-layered drama starring Law & Order: Special Victims Unit’s Mariska Hargitay as the tenacious criminal lawyer who sheds her urban persona to infiltrate the small Pennsylvania Amish community where her client stands accused of a shocking murder.  In PLAIN TRUTH, after a newborn is found dead in a peaceful Amish farming community, people begin asking: was it a tragic accident or murder? That’s the shocking question facing Ellie Harrison (Hargitay), a high-profile criminal lawyer who ditches her self-indulgent city life to head to rural Pennsylvania, where she must defend the Amish teenager accused of killing her own baby. Despite the surmounting evidence, 18-year-old Katie (Alison Pill) insists that she was never pregnant. In search of the truth – and her client’s secrets – Ellie attempts to blend in with the Amish community and br eak down the barriers of this very private society. Can she discover what really happened in a world that doesn’t welcome outsiders?

In THE OTHER WOMAN, directed by Jason Priestly (“90210”), Jill Plumley (Josie Bisset) is a successful news producer with a bright future who decides to forsake her career in favor of her new role: the devoted wife of her husband, David, a wealthy divorce lawyer. Then, at David’s company party, a sexy young student named Nicole boldly tells Jill that she’s going to steal her husband – a courageous yet ironic assertion, considering that four years earlier, Jill stole David away from his first wife. Now that Jill is “Mrs. David Plumley,” could young Nicole be the other woman whom Jill had been? When David’s boss is then killed in his sleep and the wife confesses to the murder but claims self-defense, an overwhelmed Jil l turns to old friend and fellow journalist Pete Henderson (Priestley) to find out the truth.

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