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Secrets in the Snow DVD
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All that separates the students of Eastbrook High from the freedom of Christmas break is one day of final exams. The light snowfall that Friday, however, soon escalates into a threatening storm that cancels school and leaves six students stranded in the dark gym. Forced to rely on each other, the teens' entrapment creates friendships, tests wills, and reveals secrets as they strive to survive the night alone. Written and directed by Brittany Goodwin, Secrets in the Snow deals with issues facing contemporary teenagers and families, including body image, identity crisis, bankruptcy, military leave, and finding answers to life's struggles through Christianity.
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Latest Reviews for Secrets in the Snow - DVD
Secrets in the Snow - DVD – Dale W, 01/04/2013
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Secrets in the Snow - DVD – Jenna K, 01/02/2013
Very enjoyable film. It did a good job of showcasing various problems (the "secrets") teens deal with in high school.
Secrets in the Snow - DVD – Carrie R, 12/17/2012
My daughter, 17, son, 12, and I all enjoyed this movie. It reminded me of "The Breakfast Club", with similar characters and story line. A lot of fun.
Secrets in the Snow - DVD
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ChristianCinema.com Store asked: Why did you choose this?
Sharon C: I bought it for our church library because I think our young people would like it and it had good ratings on the internet. Jan 22, 2013
Gene K: I have six grand children. I want them to have good christian values. Jan 17, 2013
Robert D: Hollie Shay is the next big thing in Hollywood! Jan 16, 2013
B Y: Sunday School Class Jan 3, 2013
Karen S: To give to my Grandchildren. Dec 21, 2012
Alice E: teenagers issues Dec 21, 2012
A shopper asked: What theme in this film impacted you or your family the most? Jan 14, 2013
Diane W: there were several themes. We talked about the different backrounds of each student. How most teens are afraid to reach out to others. How some are always accepting of others, most from strong christian homes as the example is set at home with strong christian values being taught. Others as shown, not so much. The movie is very true yet stereotypical. As a youth minister, I do see these character flaws in most teens, even those attending youth group. Partly due to friends/family influences.
The movie makes our teens really take a good look at their actions. Jan 26, 2013
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