A beautiful movie for all ages! Treasures of the Snow explores the depth of emotions when tragedy strikes. This is the best portrayal of forgiveness I've ever seen. The movie depicts the reality of life in the Swiss Alps and the mountains seem to push the plot to its climax. Bravo! When Lucien is cast out by every part of his society, his withdrawal leads him to a recluse who offers him not only acceptance but hope for a future. Annette, whose inclination toward anger, is challenged by her desire for revenge and her sense of righteousness. This was often used in a fifth grade classroom as a discussion starter on relationships. The acting by the children is natural and sincere and draws you into their world.
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