A Christmas Snow For the past 30 years, Kathleen has carried around the haunting memory of her father abandoning her and her mother on Christmas Eve. She blames her mother for that night and now refuses to celebrate Christmas at all. Although she tries to forget her past, it has not forgotten her. Because of a blizzard, Kathleen finds herself stuck in her home with two strangers during the days leading up to Christmas. Sam, a gentle older man Kathleen took in for the night, and Lucy, the daughter of her soon to be fiancé bring her face to face with the hurts of her past. She has to choose between letting go and grabbing hold of a life-changing forgiveness, or continuing to carry her pain and bitterness.
A Christmas Snow
A Christmas Snow is a must see movie that deals with the outward and inward problems we all experience in our daily lives. It is a fantastic story about life’s mistakes, forgiveness, self reflection, family and the inner working relationships of each of these areas. Not being a professional movie critic, but, dealing with my own life problems and those of many friends and family, I can honestly say that this is a life changing movie. Whether it changes your life for moments, hours, weeks, months or a lifetime, it WILL change your life.
Take the time to watch and experience the struggles of these characters as you reflect on your own life experiences. If you’re not changed by this movie, it will be the only thing that surprises this viewer.
Take the time to watch this, be patient as the movie develops it’s plot and let me know if YOU cry in the end, I surely did!! Enjoy
Wonderful family film!
Christmas hasn’t been the same for Kathleen since her father left one Christmas Eve. This Christmas is different. She’s thrown together with a young girl and an old man and learns not only how to celebrate the holiday, but also how to love again.
I had the chance to see a preview of this independent film at the Gideon Film Festival. This is a very heartwarming story about a Grinch-like woman who finds love, peace, and forgiveness–a true Christmas story. I loved the performances by Muse Watson and Catherine Mary Stewart, and newcomer Cameron Ten Napel could well be the next Abigail Breslin.
If you have the chance to see this film, I highly recommend it.