A Christmas Snow

A Christmas Snow

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For the past 30 years, Kathleen (Catherine Mary Stewart) 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. 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
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A Christmas Snow
Three lives are changed by a blizzard@
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I saw part of this one Christmas and found the story so touching and well made that I had to buy it. I was very surprised by the ending and thought it a wonderful story.

The story revolves around three characters: Kathleen (played by Catherine Mary Stewart) who is a dedicated career woman who shuns Christmas and any celebration of it as a result of her childhood abandonment by her father. She ends up having to "babysit" the daughter of her fiancée (played by Cameron ten Napel) who has her own heartbreak to deal with - the death of her mother years ago that still haunts her. The third character is the stranger named Sam (played by Muse Watson) who defends Kathleen from muggers in a parking lot only to get hurt for his trouble and reach the bus station too late to catch his bus. Feeling beholden to Sam, Kathleen allows him to stay at her place for the night.

Fate then plays a hand as a blizzard hits, making roads impassable as well as cutting the electric power! These three people are
A Christmas Snow
Love the beginning, the middle, the end, and everything in between!
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This movie will be a Christmas classic! It's one of those films that calls you into the family room on a brisk winter evening, sits you in a rocker by the fireplace, turns off the phones, makes your house smell like evergreen, and gives you a big cup of hot chocolate. Your family surrounds you and the children are cuddled up quietly on a blanket; the mortgage becomes a distant memory, and the job has let you go on a long-term vacation. It's quiet, it's peaceful, and you feel nostalgia from those days long ago when it was really a special thing to watch family Christmas reruns and specials.

The movie begins, and you know that there will be nothing to cringe at, nothing that requires small ears to be covered, nothing that makes you confused or angry. And though you don't yet know the epiphanic ending -- the words spoken and the absence of "actors" will draw you in and give you comfort unlike any in recent times.

Watch this film and let warm memories and sentiment come into your heart.
A Christmas Snow
The Best Christmas Movie Ever!
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This is one of the MOST Thought Provoking Movies I have seen through the whole Christmas Season! I loaded it onto My computer & than purchased the DVD for others! It is a story that caused Me to Laugh ,to Cry & most of All I realized We only have one chance in this life ! Yes,There are consequences for Our Mistakes (especially with Our Children) But,We can spend years of Our Lives wasting Time feeling guilty ,or We can humble Ourselves & enjoy what the Good Lord has given Us ! This movie shows We can repent for Our past wrongs ,admit it to the Ones We Hurt and enjoy what He intended For Those of Us who Have Families !Or choose the Other route of regrets & Bitterness. We can race through Life being "Proud" trying to do "everything right "! Getting to the Top may feel Good for a while However,the real answer these folks found was "Happiness " in enjoying what the Good Lord has given Them in Our Families !I am looking at this after Christmas but there is so much to learn from this movie I
A Christmas Snow
Excellent!
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I purchased this for a dear friend who collects Christmas movies. I was looking for something I knew she had not seen before. One night I saw it listed on a cable channel so thought I had better check it out before I actually gave her the gift(just in case I needed to make a last minute gift change). I was expecting a typical "cute" Christmas story but I was amazed at how the story drew you in and left you feeling the spirit of Christmas...not the gifts or commercializaton of the season, but the gratitude and love you have for those in your life or those you could easily include. The night I viewed this movie the first time, I got back online and ordered a few more copies to give as gifts as well as one for myself. I was not disappointed!
A Christmas Snow
Wonderful Christmas movie
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This is a lovely movie. It is the only movie in my library that consistently leaves me misty-eyed. Watching the relationships develop was what made "A Christmas Snow" feel authentic. The theme of forgiveness is skillfully woven throughout. It is definitely a Christian movie, but never resorts to preaching to get its point across.
 

For the past 30 years, Kathleen (Catherine Mary Stewart) 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 (Muse Watson), a gentle older man Kathleen took in for the night, and Lucy (Cameron Ten Napel), the daughter of her soon to be fiancé (Anthony Tyler Quinn) 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.