Hallmark Hall of Fame: The Russell Girl (#57.2) Soundtrack (

Hallmark Hall of Fame: The Russell Girl (#57.2) Soundtrack (2008) cover

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Rating: 6.70/10 from 1900 votes
Tags: chicago memorial hospital, acute myelogenous leukemia, aml
Alternate Names:
Title in Español:

La hija de los Russell

Title in Italiano:

The Russell Girl

Title in Português:

The Russell Girl


The Russell Girl is a drama film that follows the story of Sarah Russell, a young woman who discovers she has leukemia. She decides to return to her hometown to spend time with her family and confront her past. As Sarah reconnects with her estranged father and sister, she also rekindles a romance with her high school sweetheart, Evan. Throughout her journey, Sarah learns to forgive, heal old wounds, and find peace.

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Hallmark Hall of Fame: The Russell Girl (#57.2)
The Suburbs
Come On Eileen
Girls Just Wanna Have Some
So Young
Bitch, Don’t Kill My Vibe
Sweet Sound of Ignorance
There Is a Light That Never Goes Out - 2011 Remaster
Devil's Whisper
Sex - I'm a
Straight to Number One
Send The Pain On
Riders on the Storm
Du riechst so gut
Alien Days
I Fink U Freeky

User reviews

Michael Carter

Dorothy King

The composition of the music is subtle yet powerful, adding a layer of complexity to the characters' emotional journeys.

Steven Moore

The melodies in the film's music score create a sense of hope and resilience, reflecting Sarah's determination to find peace and healing.

Joseph Young

The music serves as a poignant backdrop to Sarah's journey of self-discovery and reconciliation with her past.

Emily White

The soundtrack's use of subtle piano notes and gentle strings adds a touching and tender quality to the film's emotional scenes.

Charles Martin

The soundtrack of The Russell Girl succeeds in creating a cohesive atmosphere that immerses the audience in the story.

Richard Lopez

The use of piano and strings in the soundtrack evokes a sense of melancholy and introspection that resonates with the themes of forgiveness and healing.

Deborah Phillips

The music perfectly enhances the heartfelt reunions between Sarah and her family, evoking a sense of nostalgia and warmth.

Melissa Thompson

The music enhances the poignant moments in the film, especially when Sarah Russell confronts her illness and past.

Michael Davis

The blend of soft piano melodies, heartfelt strings, and uplifting arrangements creates a poignant atmosphere that beautifully captures the themes of forgiveness, healing, and inner peace portrayed in the film. The music enhances the emotional depth of the scenes and helps the audience connect on a deeper level with the characters' experiences and emotions.

William Baker

The emotional resonance of the soundtrack lingers even after the film ends, leaving a lasting impact on the viewer.

Dorothy Nelson

The soundtrack effectively conveys Sarah's inner struggles and growth as she confronts her past and learns to forgive, making the viewer feel connected to her journey.

Mark White

The soundtrack effectively conveys the sense of nostalgia and longing as Sarah reconnects with her family and old flame.

Ashley Evans

The music beautifully underscores the rekindling of Sarah's romance with Evan, enhancing the sweetness and sincerity of their love story.

Michael Smith

The soundtrack's composition skillfully captures the essence of Sarah's hometown, enriching the setting and atmosphere of the film.

Ronald Martin

The musical score enhances the romantic scenes between Sarah and Evan, creating a sense of warmth and tenderness.