When Dr. Lewis arrives in the small fishing village of Tickle Cove (eastern Canada), a series of crazy situations occur due to the rush of hospitality from the locals. Actually, they act with the hidden intention of making the visitor to fall in love with the landscape, its people and their customs and convince him to move to Cove.  Anything goes -though suspicious- to captivate the doctor. The fact is precisely that one of the requirements that has been imposed on the mayor by a company that could save the people from misery with new jobs is that these lands have health coverage.

The adaptation of the agreeable screenplay for this American remake directed by Canadian Don McKellar (Last Night) is the work of Michael Dowse and Ken Scott. The latter wrote the script for the original film by the Québecois Jean-François Pouliot (2003), which once won the Audience Award at Sundance.

After its premiere in Toronto (2013), the film garnered McKellar diverse opinions. The ‘seduced’ applauded his tenderness, while the indifferent criticized the excess of topics and ingenuity. However, they did agree on the performance quality of the magnificent Gordon Pinsent (Away from her), who won Best Actor in the Genie Awards of the Academy of Canadian Cinema and Television for his role as Simon, the best friend of Tickle’s chief. The cast also includes Brendan Gleeson (The Guard) in the role of mayor and Taylor Kitsch (Lone Survivor) as the doctor, among others.

Release date in Spain: September 12th