Princess Cut

DVD Release: November 3, 2015
Princess Cut


More than anything in life, Grace Anderson has dreamed of the day when the perfect guy will slip a Princess Cut diamond ring on her finger and swear to love her forever. But when dreams of the perfect romance come crashing down, she embarks on a journey, aided by her father, to try and discover the power of true love in their rural Carolina town.

Dove Review

“Princess Cut” is an old-fashioned romance for today’s audience. Ashley Bratcher gives a solid performance as Grace Anderson, a young woman who is missing some romance in her life. When she does meet a man named Jared, he seems like he’s only interested in intimacy and not so much in her or her parents. She eventually realizes that she needs to wait on God to bring love to her. Before she knows it, a young man has entered her life who asks her parents’ blessing on developing their relationship. However, a potential problem develops when her new companion’s ex shows up, and his ex still has feelings for him.

“Princess Cut” is an old-fashioned movie that puts the emphasis on getting to know the other person in a relationship and seeing him or her as a potential future husband or wife. With a successful TV series like “When Calls the Heart,” more innocent and old fashioned romance seem to be what a lot of people are looking for, and this film will be right up their alley. We are pleased to award it our Faith Friendly 12+ Seal. “Princess Cut” is, in many ways, a cut above the rest.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: A man comes on too strong with a girl when they are alone, but her family shows up and stops him; a therapist recommends a girl live intimately with her boyfriend, comparing it to "trying on a shoe" first, but she refuses to follow the advice.
Language: None
Violence: A fight, as one man protects his girlfriend from another man's advances; a young boy on a bike is hit by a truck but the scene is not fully shown and the bike is in much worse shape than the boy.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: Child belches; tension between characters; a few characters skeet shoot; a young brother spills water on his older sister's school project, and she becomes very angry, saying she sometimes wishes he wasn't her brother, but they forgive each other.


Company: Watchman Pictures
Writer: Paul & Sheilah Munger
Director: Paul Munger
Producer: Paul Munger
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 97 min.
Reviewer: Edwin L. Carpenter