“Once I was Engaged” is a lighthearted romp with a solid and strong heartbeat, beautiful people and stunning locations both in Utah and Hawaii. “This movie is the warmest and funniest thing you’ll see this year,” quipped Lisa Valentine Clark, “Not to mention audiences get to see some men in the mix this time.”
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Meridian Magazine went LIVE on our Facebook page Wednesday night to sit down with the creators and star of Once I Was Engaged to talk all about the new film. In case you missed it, watch the video here.
“In many ways, [Walter] is our finest painter of dynamic figurative movement in the Church...He depicts the moment before [an event], and your subconscious continues the movement to the conclusion and you reach the moment that would be after what he’s depicted. And in the process, movement happened and you yourself were part of the experience.”
You may remember 2015's "Once I was a Beehive", a film that told the charming and quirky experience of a young woman attending a Latter-day Saint Girl's Camp and learning some important lessons along the way. Now, the story continues with the upcoming sequel, "Once I Was Engaged".