We all have an idea of what we think the perfect person for us would be. We have a checklist that we think about, what we want to have. But we quickly remember that people have flaws and that no one is perfect.
Tonights Hallmark movie is entitled, Made for Eachother. And it seems like a movie that we’re going to love.
The synopsis, “Rachel, a sculptor, has always been a perfectionist – when it comes to her art and finding a partner. Her family keeps trying to set her up, but Rachel can always find flaws – she wants the perfect relationship. David is also unlucky in love. He left a lucrative career as a lawyer to pursue his passion for standup comedy, and love hasn’t been knocking on his door. Rachel’s neighbor and friend Doris tells Rachel about the legend of the Jewish Golem – and what was unintentionally mindless fun ends up magically bringing to life the lifesized sculpture of a man Rachel has been working on. Clay is sweet, romantic and everything Rachel thinks she wants in a partner. Rachel brings Clay to her sister Ruth’s wedding, where she meets David – and sparks fly. David is disappointed to discover Rachel is dating such a perfect guy like Clay but ends up becoming friends with both Clay and Rachel. With David’s encouragement, Rachel submits her artwork to a contest and wins. With the upcoming art show Rachel now realizes she has feelings for both Clay and David, leaving Rachel to decide if perfection really is all it’s cracked up to be.”
Made for Eachother stars, Alexandra Turshen (Rachel), Matt Cohen (David), Aaron O’Connell (Clay), Illeana Douglas (Doris), Teryl Rothery (Judith), Alex Poch-Goldin (Mark), Lindsay Nance (Ruth), Matt Finochio (Ben), Gino Anania (Parker), Taylor Jackson (Jessica), Henriette Ivanans (Museum Director), Dan De Jaeger (Host), Verity Marks (Mia), Erik Athavale (Andrew), Myla Volk (Young Rachel), and Reena Jolly (Ms. Gordon ).
See the movie tonight on Hallmark.