** Sound of Christmas

Chesler/Perlmutter Productions,

Lindy Booth, Robin Dunne, Micah Kalisch, Kim Roberts, Jennifer Gibson, Farrah Aviva

Lizzie Moore (Lindy Booth) is a piano teacher who works for a small music school. She is approached by a wealth widower, Brad Evans (Robin Dunne) who wants to hire Lizzie to teach piano to his daughter, Abigail (Micah Kalisch). Lizzie finds it very hard to win over the girl, but as time passes they become closer and closer. Abigail is to play in the recital at the music school, but they learn that they are about to lose the property as it is about to be torn down. Little does she know that Albigail’s Dad, Brad works for the company that is about to demolish the school.

This is a pretty little holiday film. It’s musical and it’s heart warming and very festive. All three of the major characters are very well cast, and they bring it all together very nicely. It’s a nice and simple script and very well performed. There are a few twists and turns and a rather startling conclusion to the story that made it a lot of fun to watch. Hallmark showed us this one during their Christmas in July special. It was quite a treat when it was 90 degrees outside, but now that we’re in the middle of the holiday season, it’s even better. This is a really decent Christmas story and was a pleasure to watch.

EdG – EdsReview Dot Com – A Movie Review Blog



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