Booky and the Secret Santa

DVD Release: October 25, 2011
Booky and the Secret Santa
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Synopsis

It is Christmas time and Booky is trying to bring her family the best Christmas possible. But it looks like she is going to need a miracle when her family falls on hard times when her dad loses his job. Watch as Booky teams up with friends, family and a very secret Santa to save Christmas.

Dove Review

In the hard times of Canada, much like the Depression in the USA, families had to do everything they could to take care of themselves. In this era the government did not help so families had to survive with whatever they had or could do for almost nothing. Their pride would not allow them to receive any type of charity or hand-outs so everyone in the family tried to help out. When Booky takes a job at her aunt’s store, she meets an extraordinary man that has a secret that will help her make this Christmas special.

Booky teaches many lessons about being kind, helping others and about pride. Although this is a charming story for the family, we must warn that there is some minor language that may be offensive to some people. We award this film with the Dove “Family-Approved” 12+ Seal.

Content Description

Faith: None
Violence: Man tries to rob another at gun-point but regrets his actions; boy pushes another.
Sex: A couple kisses; married couple in bed but nothing sexual occurs.
Language: OMG-1; D-1
Violence: Man tries to rob another at gun-point but regrets his actions; boy pushes another.
Drugs: People have drinks at Christmas party.
Nudity: None
Other: Young girl discusses her parents arguing; woman makes fun of other's misfortune; boy makes fun of other children.

Info

Company: Phase 4 Films
Director: Peter Moss
Genre: Christmas
Runtime: 90 min.
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe