Sunday, March 27, 2016

Noble and Happy Easter



As millions across the land celebrate this Easter holiday in various ways today, I want to share my thoughts on an inspiring DVD movie I recently watched.
NOBLE, A Dream Can Change A Million Lives
Christina Noble grew up a poor child in Ireland, but made a tremendous difference as an adult in Vietnam.
Losing her mother at a young age, Christina and her siblings were placed in an orphanage when her father couldn’t care for them. As she grew up, Christina continued to face various hardships, but was determined not to give up. While she couldn’t always understand why things were happening to her, she never gave up her faith.
Following a dream she had as a young woman, Christina traveled to Vietnam where she struggled to make a difference for the street children. She overcame barriers to aid the children that she was once like.
This true story show’s one woman’s determination to make a difference and the vision she created. The stunning setting drives home the gripping tale. Christina’s story is one of inspiration, hope and dedication.
The core actors (Deirdre O’Kane, Sarah Greene, Brendan Coyle, Liam Cunningham, and Ruth Negg) do a superb job bringing the story to the screen. Their performances will tug on your heartstrings. Viewers also get a glimpse of the real Christina Noble at the end of the movie.
NOBLE is a compelling, heartbreaking, compassionate, inspiring and determined story of a fearless Irish heroine with a human spirit that couldn’t be broken. This moving movie is rated PG-13, but is one the whole family can watch and learn from.
Noble, A Dream Can Change A Million Lives, directed by Stephen Bradley, Studio: Word Films P&D, @2016, 1 DVD Format Disc, Rated PG-13, ASIN: BO1AJZ8E3A, Run Time: 100 Minutes
FTC Full Disclosure – A copy of this DVD was sent to me in hopes I would review it. However, receiving the complimentary copy did not influence my review. The thoughts are completely my own and given honestly and freely.
Thanks for stopping by today. I hope I’ve enticed you to check out the movie NOBLE. I’m never quite sure what to include in a movie review other than to say it’s one you should watch. Do you enjoy watching movies based on true stories of inspiration?
For those celebrating Easter today, I wish you and your families a safe, happy and joyous outing with much love, family and friendship to surround you. HAPPY EASTER!!

6 comments:

  1. When the media concentrates on doom and gloom isn't it lovely to learn of someone who makes a positive difference. I hope and believe that there are lots of them.

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  2. It is a very lovely movie and also a very inspired project.
    Deirdre O'Kane is also a very nice lady, I remember she tweeted all our posts on the film in last two years and also said thanks. A very nice actress

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  3. I've heard good things about this film, Mason. Thanks for reminding me of it. And Happy Easter to you!

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  4. Sounds very moving.
    Have a Blessed Easter, Mason!

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  5. Happy Easter, Mason. That sounds like an amazing film and wonderful story. We all need this kind of inspiration right now.

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  6. Happy Easter! Thank you for the movie review. I don't usually get almost any film recs because I stick to book review sites, and I do love to watch inspirational movies. Being true makes it all the better.

    If everyone, who was able to, did just one small unselfish act, wow... just imagine.

    Thanks again.

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