Summer Snow

DVD Release: February 3, 2015
Summer Snow


One life can make a difference. Hallie Benson is a small girl with a very but heart. Whether baking cookies for a grumpy neighbor or selling toothbrushes to help a friend, Hallie is always thinking of others. Unfortunately, her creative ways of helping people often leave her father Dan with a mess to clean up. Dan Benson struggles to keep it all together after his wife’s death. He doesn’t cook, do hair, or know how to help his three children without his beautiful wife and her unshakable faith in God.

Dove Review

“Summer Snow” is a dramatic movie about a family that is recovering from the death of the mother. Hallie, the youngest, is a pleasant child who has a big heart and tries to help others, David is in high school which is a struggle in any child’s life, and Julie the oldest is engaged to be married. All three are trying to live their lives the best they can along with their dad, Dan, but it is a time of adjustment for each of them.

Sometimes when we lose a loved one, we miss the little things that they do and our faith is challenged. In this movie they all receive a surprise when they least expect it to help remind them of God’s love and to encourage their faith. “Summer Snow” is a heartwarming family film.

The Dove Seal for ages 12+ is awarded to this encouraging movie.

Content Description

Faith: None
Violence: Young child gets hit by a car.
Sex: A couple almost kisses; young unmarried woman is having a baby that is put up for adoption.
Language: None
Violence: Young child gets hit by a car.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: Loss of the Mother in the family; discussion regarding a girl in prison; boy tells lie to father as to where he is going; Dad and boy argue.


Company: American Family Studios
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 89 min.
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe