Lost Christmas

DVD Release: November 11, 2014
Lost Christmas


On Christmas Eve, ten-year-old Goose (Larry Mills) hides his fireman father’s car keys to prevent him from going to work. Instead, his mother drives his dad but the delay has tragic results. A year later Goose, a lost soul, is troubled and searching to replace all he has lost when mysterious stranger, Anthony (Eddie Izzard) arrives. Anthony appears to have a special gift which enables him to find what each person lost on Christmas’ past. Witness a miracle of the holiday season as a boy finds magic in the least expected place.

Dove Review

This British film, set in Manchester, England, takes you into the life of one young boy. He causes a chain reaction of events due to his actions. Goose doesn’t want his father to leave the house on Christmas so he hides his father’s car keys and by doing this it leads to a series of life-changing events for a lot of people.

When Goose’s dog Mutt gets lost, he must start his search and in doing so he meets a strange fellow named Anthony. Anthony has a gift that no one can understand but he can help find lost things. So the trail to finding Mutt leads them on a continuous line of intertwining mishaps that connect all these people in the story.

The film is a heartwarming story about how one seemingly innocent action can affect so many people. The film also shows how one action can change a person’s life. We award this movie the Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for ages 12+.

Content Description

Sex: A married couple is seen in bed sleeping.
Language: Bloody 2; Bloody H-2; H-1; A young boy is called a Bast*rd.
Violence: Truck hits car causing a deadly accident; boy steals things; man grabs young boy; young child falls into an iced over pond; a man that froze to death is seen.
Drugs: A man seen drinking; man drinks in a pub.
Nudity: A man seen in underwear.
Other: The loss of parents; blaming one's self for accident; stealing things, loss of a child; woman has dementia.


Company: Inception Media Grp, LLC
Director: John Hay
Producer: Elliot Jenkins
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 98 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe