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Flipping the Holiday Switch – Nicolas Rapold (New York Times, November 21, 2013).
Amount raised by Houses at time of going to press was ￡7,800, whilst the total sum including entrance money and proceeds from the jumble sale was ￡9,800.Related off-site Links: Christmas Candle Beams with Holiday Spirit – Martin Tsai (Los Angeles Times, November 21, 2013).Review of The Christmas Candle – Frank Scheck (The Hollywood Reporter, November 21, 2013).Before that, he had a firm belief and a faith in God and miracles. I think that there is a message in everything and in all paths towards, apparently, God: whether it is physics or whatever.But [this tragedy] made him a little bit cynical and doubting of what he once believed. What is wonderful is that there is redemption in the end, in which he sees that all the times he thought good works would lead somewhere, providence was at work the whole time. That is not just a Christian thing because if you watch Brian Cox and his science programmes, it is the wonder of the universe and just sitting back and thinking ‘goodness me, I thought I was in control.’ There is just a miracle of being alive in this world. It is just whether or not it lights you up or not and if there’s a resonance in you about certain things.Despite this it was a very good production and displayed the breadth of acting ability in JRC as well as the good use of another large cast.
It put a last smile on the faces of the audience at the end of a superb evening." "..orchestra produced one of its most enjoyable concerts in recent years...
Also, it should be noted that the criticisms have been leveled at the film's storytelling (described as hammy by one reviewer), and not at its cast. At the end of that post I shared something of a retrospective of Hans' career.
Roger Moore, for instance, observes that "the performances — save for Susan Boyle, a better singer than actress — are uniformly fine." In his perceptive and insightful review for Christianity Today, Kenneth R. Since that time Hans has completed only a few projects. Hans as the dastardly Alec D'Urberville in the 2008 BBC television adaptation of Thomas Hardy's Tess of the D'Urberville.
The second half featured Beethoven s magnificent First Symphony in C major...
and a selection of songs from the shows, sung by Edward Redmayne (JRC).
The Christmas Candle is an Impact and Big Book Media production presented by Britain's Pinewood Pictures. Indeed, according to Hans in an interview with Helen Earnshaw, the message of The Christmas Candle is "not just a Christian thing." Following is more of what he says about the film and the character he plays in it.