Lost Christmas

Lost Christmas

DVD - 2012
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"Orphaned the previous Christmas young Goose looks after his dementing grandma, selling stolen goods to soft-hearted fence Frank on his Manchester estate. One Christmas Eve Goose meets Anthony, an enigmatic, fey stranger with apparent psychic powers, being able to tell by touching them what people have lost, from Franks first edition of Oscar Wilde to a retired doctors wife. Hoping that its return will lead to him finding his lost dog, Goose persuades Anthony to help him retrieve a bangle he stole and ends up meeting the wife of his probation officer, whose young daughter died on the same day as Gooses parents. But Anthony is not what he seems to be at all and is capable of changing everybody?s life for the better when his true identity is revealed"--Container.
Publisher: Australia : Distributed by Universal Sony Pictures Home Entertainment Australia, c2012.
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (DVD) (ca. 93 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.

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Nov 07, 2015

Glad I watched the whole movie. The first 20 minutes I thought this movie was kind of depressing but I wanted to know what happens to everyone. It would be interesting just to touch someone's hand and see everything they have gone through without them telling you anything. It was good to see Sorcha Cusak(Father Brown) and Geoffrey Palmer(As Time Goes By) but very sad to see the parts they played. It is a good Christmas movie with a message and it does show you what life could have been like if you made a different decision. Highly recommended so don't give up on it... watch all of it.

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