The Christmas Candle DVD
Based on a Christmas story by Max Lucado
by Max Lucado;
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Christmas movie for all the family based on a story by Max Lucado - celebrate community, faith and the Christmas miracle
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The Christmas Candle DVD
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Christmas Candle DVD is Max Lucado's uplifting Christmas movie for the whole family starring Sylvester McCoy and featuring Britain's Got Talent winner Susan Boyle's debut film appearance.
Based on favourite Christian writer Max Lucado's touching story, this Christmas movie celebrates themes of community, resilience, faith and the Christmas miracle.
Set in the Victorian English countryside, The Christmas Candle tells the the charming tale of the village of Gladbury where, according to local legend, an Angel visits the workshop of the village candle maker every 25 years.
On his four-times-a-century visits, the Angel touches just one of village candlemaker (played by Sylvester McCoy) Edward Haddington's candles. Whoever lights that candle will be granted a miracle on Christmas Eve. And this is the way it's always been in the village of Gladbury.
But things are about to change. The village's new minister David Richmond (played by Hans Matheson) wants to bring electric lighting to Galdbury. This sets him at odds with the old fashioned candle-maker.
A rivalry develops between the old and new ways that threatens to tear the village apart. And then the blessed Christmas candle goes missing. The consequence for the village is the most astonishing Christmas Gladbury has ever seen.
This gentle Christmas movie warms the heart and delights the eyes with scenes of Victorian English life: long dresses, horses and carriages and the beauty of snow at Christmas.
With themes of community and faith in the power of prayer, this Christian Christmas tale features Susan Boyle as a singer and actress.
Rated "Family-Approved" by Christian movie reviewers The Dove Foundation
This movie plays on UK (Region 2) DVD Players
Running Time: 100mins
The Christmas Candle DVD by Max Lucado was published by Pinewood in November 2014 and is our 12131st best seller. The ISBN for The Christmas Candle DVD is 4020628870133.
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Hans Matheson and Samantha Barks star in this Christmas family movie set
in 1890, adapted from the novel by Max Lucado. According to legend,
every 25 years an angel arrives in the English village of Gladbury and
blesses one of the candlemaker Edward Haddington (Sylvester McCoy)'s
candles, meaning that whoever lights it will be granted a miracle. When
foward-thinking minister David Richmond (Matheson) comes to the village,
a rivalry strikes up between him and the old-fashioned Edward,
especially when he tries to bring electric light to the church.
As he promotes the acts of good deeds and kindness throughout the village, however, David finds himself a friend in Emily Barstow (Barks). When the special candle goes missing the villagers experience a Christmas they will never forget. The film also stars Lesley Manville, James Cosmo, Barbara Flynn and Susan Boyle in her feature debut.
The film has a U (Universal) certificate - so is suitable for all
This is a region 2 DVD
Movie Industry Rating: PG
Details for The Christmas Candle DVD
|Page last updated||30th September 2016|
|Running Time||100 mins|
|Region||Region 2 (UK/Europe)|
|Author / Artist||Max Lucado|
|Format||DVD Region 2|
|Publisher||Pinewood (November 2014)|