A Christmas Snow

DVD Release: October 8, 2010
A Christmas Snow
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Synopsis

Kathleen has carried around the unwanted memory of her father abandoning her and her mother on Christmas Eve. For the past 30 years, she has blamed her mother for that night and refuses to celebrate Christmas in any fashion. Although she has tried to forget her past, it has not forgotten her, and in the days leading up to Christmas she finds herself stuck in her own home with two unlikely guests, because of an unforgiving blizzard. As the storm brings her face to face with the hurts of her past, she will have to choose one path; letting go and grabbing hold of a life changing forgiveness or continuing to carry her pain and bitterness with her.

Dove Review

Sometimes it takes a turn of events for someone to see how wrong that they may have been in their life because of an unhappy memory. Kathleen has closed her heart to the thought of anything to do with Christmas because of the Christmas Eve when her father left and, in addition, she has turned her back on her mother. Through one 10-year-old child and a total stranger, Kathleen will find a change of heart and forgiveness for the past.

This charming Christmas story is one that the entire family will enjoy and you will want to add it to your collection of holiday movies. We are proud to award this film our Dove “Family-Approved” Seal for all ages.

Content Description

Sex: Couple kiss.
Language: G/OG-2; Other references to God, Lord, and Jesus are in reverence
Violence: Young men threaten woman; man grabs young man by throat; young man hits older man with skate board.
Drugs: Wine shown on shelf of restaurant.
Nudity: Woman shown in tank top and shorts.
Other: Rudeness between woman and girl; abandonment; death of a parent; forgiveness is displayed in the story.

Info

Company: Destiny Image Films
Writer: Tracy J Trost, Candace Lee
Director: Tracy J Trost
Producer: Chad Gundersen
Genre: Christmas
Runtime: 110 min.
Industry Rating: Not Rated
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe