A classic comedy of mistaken identity and romance set during the holiday season at a ski resort that is owned and operated by a Native American Nation. Shot on location at The Sundance ... See full summary »
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In the small town of Seacliff, Wash., a child's letter to Santa Claus captures the nation's attention. When the little boy, Chris, writes that he wishes to leave this world so he will no longer be a burden to his divorcing parents, a race begins to find him before he harms himself.
A classic comedy of mistaken identity and romance set during the holiday season at a ski resort that is owned and operated by a Native American Nation. Shot on location at The Sundance Resort in Utah, this is the first contemporary romantic comedy to feature an almost entirely American Indian cast. The film was featured at the 2001 Sundance Film Festival. Written by
Special fund raiser screenings of Christmas in the Clouds raised more than $250,000 for participating schools during the fall and winter of 2005. See more »
Ray Clouds on Fire:
He's already dead, you know. You're just, reorganizing the remains.
I'm perpetuating the cycle.
Ray Clouds on Fire:
Earl, you're a chef. Part of your job is cutting up and cooking dead animals.
They have dreams, you know. Just like us.
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A wonderful and charming movie for the whole family.
It's an absolute shame that this movie hasn't had more distribution and much more publicity. I keep coming back to the word "charming" as it's best description. A rare find and one I will look forward to buying on DVD to watch many times. The characters are people you would like to know and the scenery is breathtaking. Shot on Robert Redford's Sundance resort, I understand that after he read the script, Redford gave them permission to shoot there and it is only the second movie he's allowed on that property; the first being "Jeremiah Johnson". After my first viewing, I took two friends with me who didn't know of it and, as movie buffs, were surprised they hadn't heard about it. Both loved it and in turn recommended it to others. It won't challenge the intellect nor will it cause a great controversy but you will leave satisfied with a warm feeling. How unusual!!
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