The Love Narrative In “purple Hearts” On Netflix Has A Wounded Premise

Netflix’s upcoming love story Purple Hearts adds a personal touch to the discussion about the exorbitant expense of medical treatment and the issues with veterans’ benefits in a society

Elizabeth Allen Rosenbaum, who has worked on episodes of shows like 90210, MacGyver, Pretty Little Liars, and The Resident, is the film’s director

According to Netflix, Purple Hearts began streaming exclusively on Netflix on July 29, 2022

The romantic drama Purple Hearts, which Elizabeth Allen Rosenbaum for Alloy Entertainment, was by Netflix in August 2021

Sofia Carson plays the show’s star and aspiring singer-songwriter, Cassie. Cassie has diabetes and requires assistance paying her mounting medical bills

Luke, played by Nicholas Galitzine, is a U.S. Marine who agrees to wed Cassie only to give her the much-needed health insurance

Cassie is a young singer whose musical career has not yet taken off in Purple Heart. She starts working as a bartender to help support herself

The film, based on a Tess Wakefield novel, takes an operatic soap approach to the subject of a military union entered into for financial gain