Holiday Gift Guide: Paper Angels DVD Review

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Paper Angels
Release Date: November 3, 2015
Price: $14.93
Synopsis:  An inspirational holiday story about a child in the Salvation Army’s Angel Tree program who encounters the disillusioned businessman who picked his name from the tree.  Starring Matthew Settle (“Gossip Girl”) & Josie Bisset (“The Secret Life of the American Teenager”, “Melrose Place”)

My Review

Get the tissues ready, this is a heart warming film that will move you tears, but it’s also one that you don’t want to miss! Angel Trees are something most of us are familiar with. They are Christmas trees that have paper angel ornaments on them with items listed of what a child needs/wants for Christmas. My family does this every year and we always feel great doing it, but we never really think about those who we are helping…until now. After watching this movie, you will never look at an Angel Tree the same way again.

In the movie Paper Angels, you will get to meet a mother who runs away with her children to escape an abusive husband. You will see the struggles her and her children face as they try to rebuild their lives and the many challenges they must overcome. You will also get to witness how the Paper Angel Tree, established by the Salvation Army, is able to give this family a beautiful Christmas. So get inspired this season and check out Paper Angels on DVD.

Comments

  1. dannyscotland says:

    What a wonderful movie concept. I agree, I bet most people don’t think very hard about how they are affecting those on the receiving end. I was able to see it firsthand once when I taught elementary school. We did a school tree, with teachers submitting names that only the other teachers saw. Teachers then purchased items and they were given anonymously. The children did not know the teachers did this. I purchased items for a child in another class, and later in the year I saw her wearing some of the clothes I had bought for her. It made me feel so wonderful knowing I had helped her. I can imagine that is similar to what this movie might be doing.

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