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  • Actors: Catherine Mary Stewart, Muse Watson, Cameron Ten Napel, Anthony Tyler Quinn, Craig Walter
  • Directors: Tracy Trost
  • Writers: Tracy Trost, Candace Lee
  • Producers: Jim Stovall, Tracy Trost, Chad Gundersen, Elise Graham, Jason Stafford
  • Format: Widescreen, NTSC, Import
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Number of discs: 1
  • MPAA Rating: UNRATED
  • Studio: Destiny Image Films
  • Release Date: Oct. 12 2010
  • Run Time: 110 minutes
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  • ASIN: B003ZJK4HW
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x96d878d0) out of 5 stars 597 reviews
174 of 181 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x972be9c0) out of 5 stars A Review From Point North Tidings Oct. 2 2010
By Dr. Fred - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
We had the opportunity to review this excellent film for our magazine Point North Tidings and we have been urged, as long time Amazon.Com buyers to reprint it here.

This October, lovers of family-friendly films will have a real treat with the release of A Christmas Snow on DVD. Having interviewed Tracy Trost, the director, and Catherine Mary Stewart, who has the female lead, we anticipated a real treat when we were permitted to preview the film. Nor were we disappointed as we found this to be one of the most outstanding Christmas films that has come out in years.

The plot is centered around Kathleen (Catherine Mary Stewart), a hard business woman who has been greatly hurt by the past. Right before Christmas her boyfriend Andrew (Anthony Tyler Quinn) asks her to look after his daughter Lucy (Cameron Ten Napal) while he is away on a business trip. The fireworks between the daughter and possible future mother make a story in itself. Then the enigmatic Sam comes on the scene, as delightfully played by Muse Watson. This mysterious figure appears to be a homeless man on a quest. He is taken in by Kathleen, and a major snowstorm and the failure of electricity force the three to live together through Christmas.

While all of the acting is superb, there is special chemistry between Stewart and Watkins that testifies to their depth as performers and their ability to get the most out of a scene. For Stewart especially, this film makes the most of her ability, using her in every scene and requiring that she go through the gamut of emotions.

It must also be mentioned that in some independent films, sadly family ones, the quality of photography, sound and music can be a problem. That is not the case with A Christmas Snow which we believe will measure up to any film from a major motion picture company. Director and founder of Trost Moving Pictures, Tracy Trost uses the utmost care in his work. This has already been tested in several major film festivals where the film has been previewed. It has won top awards including best picture and best direction.

In our opinion, if this were a theatrical release it would be a candidate for Oscars in several categories. Definitely best actress for Catherine Mary Stewart.
70 of 72 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x972bea14) out of 5 stars A great new Christmas Traditon Oct. 1 2010
By J. Olson - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
I watched A Christmas Snow on the last day of September and the weather where I live (Southern Turkey) was still in the 70's, but by the end of the movie, I was certianly in the Christmas Spirit! A Christmas Snow is a heartwarming story of healing and forgiveness at a time of year that for so many people equals heartache, bitterness, loneliness unmet expectations, and angry fighting with family.

In A Christmas Snow, we see a group of really good actors (especially by Christian movie standards) living out a difficult Christmas and coming out on the other side with changed hearts and changed lives. It is a beautiful film and I believe it will be a new Christmas Tradition.

Might go well with this set: Christmas Child/The Christmas Shoes/The Christmas Blessing 3 DVD pack
50 of 52 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x972beedc) out of 5 stars Your New Christmas Favorite Sept. 27 2010
By PatM - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD Verified Purchase
This is a GREAT family movie. The cast is perfect. The music is wonderful. The story of family, faith and forgiveness is comforting. I highly recommend the movie. Get ready to laugh and cry and be thoroughly entertained!
21 of 23 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x972beec4) out of 5 stars A Christmas Snow Oct. 30 2010
By Polly - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
WARNING: Grab your tissues or hankies, and get ready... You're going to need them!!

On par with the classic Christmas movies, such as "It's a Wonderful Life" starring the incomparable Jimmy Stewart, "A Christmas Snow", (presented by Trost Moving Pictures, and the Best-Selling Author of " The Ultimate Gift", Jim Stovall) will do much more than tug at your heartstrings, it MAY just change your heart!

This Award Winning Feature Film will take you on an emotional journey through the lives of three seemingly different people; Strangers actually, who are thrown together and trapped by an unexpected snow storm that strikes just before Christmas.
The twists and turns that ensue will take you from the hardiest laughter to the depths of raw emotion. As these three struggle with their past individually, they ultimately influence one another's growth and enlightenment, both giving and receiving the most important gifts of their lives... forgiveness and healing.
This poignant drama shows the immense effect that acceptance and forgiveness has on being able to truly live life to its fullest potential.

This film, starring Muse Watson (NCIS, Prison Break) as Sam, Catherine Mary Stewart (Weekend at Bernie's, Class) as Kathleen, Cameron ten Napel (Pink, Cool Dog), and Anthony Tyler Quinn (Boy Meets World, No Greater Love) as Andrew, is sure to become a Christmas favorite. This film, "A Christmas Snow", is a MUST SEE for your holiday movie entertainment list!

The Novel and the Soundtrack of the same title are also currently available.
Give yourself a gift!

A Christmas Snow,A Christmas Snow: A Novel by Jim Stovall,A Christmas Snow
10 of 10 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x972c039c) out of 5 stars Wonderful Christmas film Oct. 29 2010
By Sandbar - Published on Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Last summer I had the privilege of attending the Gideon Film Festival in North Carolina. The primary reason I attended was to see Muse Watson, the actor who plays Mike Franks on "NCIS". However, it turned out to be more than I bargained for. I found myself on the outside looking in on a group of people who were working to fulfill their dreams of making Christian films and telling stories from a Christian perspective. One of those stories was "A Christmas Snow."

"A Christmas Snow" is the story of a grinch-like woman whose father had left one Christmas Eve and spoiled every subsequent Christmas for her, until one snowy Christmas. This year, a blizzard and a houseful of unexpected guests give her a new appreciation for the holiday.

When I saw them movie at the festival, I was charmed by its simple, yet moving story. As time passed, I thought I was just pulled in by the thrill of the festival and of meeting Muse. I had a opportunity to see the movie again recently and was still moved. This is a fine story that puts one in the Christmas spirit, even in October. It has with that substance called Christmas Magic that sits just right with the viewer and reminds one that at Christmas anything is possible.

I highly recommend this movie.


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