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The Christmas Card

By Michelle Curtis

 

Release Date: December 2, 2006

Rating: TV-PG-LV

Starring: Edward Asner, Alice Evans, John Newton, Peter Jason, Lois Nettleton, and Ben Weber

Genre: Family

Recommended Age: 8+

 

Sex

Some kissing.

Violence

A soldier is killed and minimal blood is shown.

Language

None

 

Hallmark's film The Christmas Card is a touching holiday story about love and its ability to over come obstacles.

 

Cody Cullen (John Newton) is a career solider stationed in Afghanistan.  As many soldiers do, he receives a Christmas card addressed to "Any Soldier."   The card and its sender, a woman named Faith (Alice Evans), intrigue Cody and when he leaves Afghanistan he goes searching for her.  His search takes him from the battlefield to the little town of Nevada City, CA, where he finally meets Faith, and as fate would have it, ends up saving her father's (Edward Asner) life.  Cody is invited to stay with Faith and her family for the holidays and he quickly finds himself falling in love with her.  There's a problem though -- she's engaged! 

 

"The Christmas Card" is a wonderful film that children 8 and up can enjoy with their parents. 

 


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