This Christmas will change the Austin family forever. With a successful career, two adoring children and having married his high school sweetheart – Andrew Austin had everything. But a cancer diagnosis and past secrets quickly turn their lives upside down. Life no longer has the order and gentleness it once held. A family’s struggle for peace brings hope at a most demanding moment.
| Christmas at Maxwell’s is being well received by audiences and critics.|
“… it’s a rare example of truly independent filmmaking…” Maitland McDonagh – TV Guide
“Extremely well done, a powerful story of a family’s love” – David Kullberg – Christian Happenings
“a heartfelt film with admirable messages about God’s forgiveness, the strength of family and being a Good Samaritan” – Harry Forbes – USCCB
“marvelous film!” Bishop A. Edward Pevec, Catholic Diocese of Cleveland
“brings a message of life and hope” – Julie Washington – Cleveland PD
“this story about a miracle during the holiday makes it a season special” – Donna Rolfe – The Dove Foundation
“A beautiful new holiday film” – Stephen Simon – Spiritual Cinema Circle”
“very heartwarming and full of hope” – Dennis Sadowski – Editor – Catholic Universe Bulletin
Christmas at Maxwell’s is a beautifully told story of how God’s love works… – Ed Hynes – View from Riverside Drive. – Morality in Media … wonderful, marvelous, fantastic.
Go see it to lift your spirits and to make Christmas worthwhile this year. This is THE Christmas movie for 2006. Betty Burks (Knoxville, TN)