|Directed by||Catherine Cyran|
|Produced by||Jeffrey D. Ivers|
|Written by||Catherine Cyran|
Zachery Ty Bryan
|Music by||Eric Allaman|
|Edited by||Michael Schweitzer|
|Distributed by||Orion Pictures|
True Heart tells the story of a brother and sister who survive a plane crash that kills the pilot and their guardian and strands them in the Canadian wilderness in British Columbia. They are rescued by an Aboriginal man named Khonanesta (August Schellenberg) who claims there are "bad people" (a group of bear poachers) in the forest and tells them they must get away. He leads them on a trip through the wilderness away from poachers to find their parents.
The children are eventually reunited with their parents (Michael Gross and Dey Young), who then mistakenly accuse Khonanesta of being a poacher. The man refers to "Grandfather" a bear, as a member of his people. The children clear him of the accusation.
DVD & Movie Guide gave the movie three-and-a-half stars, saying that it was "perfect for family viewing".
- Martin, Mick; Porter, Marsha (2005). DVD & Video Guide. p. 1160.
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