Just My Type is a sweet Romantic love story. It’s a story of a girl Vanessa who is a writer at New York Culture, she gets into her dream interview but some things are going to be out of the circle. It seems that her boss has more interest in her than she initially thought.
The sweet love story gets sweeter with the character. The beautiful character was played more beautifully by the actors. Bethany Joy Lenz as Venessa Sills, Brett Dalton as Martin Clayborne, Rebecca Olson as Lauren Conner, Aleque Reid as Amber, Michele Scarabelli, Nicole Major as a Yoga instructor, Colleen Wheeler as Ruth, Carmen Moore as Cassidy, Stephen Lobo as Peter Roth, Donald Heng as Jeremy, Fred Keating as Stanley, Link Baker as Jack, John Innes as Gus, Lee Tichon as Mechanic, Christine Lippa as Diner Waitress.
Exact filming locations?
The audience not only fell in love with the storyline but also with the scenario and cinematography. They wonder where the scenes were filmed and the viewers are allured to the beauty of each scene.
The shooting of Just My Type took place in Vancouver, Canada. In the movie, it is said to have taken place in Oregon. The Government of Canada offered considerable tax benefits to producers who film in the country. The Canadian government was generous to the producers and allowed them to considerably reduce production expenses.
In Vancouver, most of the shooting of the film happened, at least most of the scenes. To bring the beauty of spring out to the screens, in the theatre, the director decided to picturise the scenes as such. The Hallmark of Vancouver was the ultimate place for many films and their emotional love stories. Hallmark, the production company of the movie. It produces almost 60 movies in Vancouver that are romantic, family-friendly, and comedy each year.
Hallmark is a beautiful location that makes movie telling emotional. People who love and seek an exciting mystery, eat such stories and gnaw over its bones. There are comical giggles, or romantic tearjerkers, especially around the holiday season. The production deliberately makes Christmas movies.