The Book and the Rose, DVD - donkeytime.orgI saw this short flim about a year ago and I just loved it. I am glad I own it now so I can watch it again and again. I liked the movie but I think its a little pricy for a 30 minute dvd. Had I known that it was so short, I probably would not have purchased it. It did have a very good moral theme. Would be good as an instructional aid in a marriage class at church. Here at Walmart.
Book & the Rose-Based on a Max Lucado Story
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John Barnes Chris Kennedy acquires an old book filled with beautifully handwritten notes and, in an action befitting a 40's era romance, he begins a correspondence with the book's previous owner. This correspondence, he would learn, promises to be far more than simply an exchange of letters. Winner of 27 awards and an official selection at 56 film festivals since it first appeared a full 10 years ago, The Book and the Rose was an Academy Award semi-finalist for Best Short Film in and is resurfacing now that its creative team is hard at work on their first full-length feature, A Long Tomorrow. What's so special about a nearly 10 year old film? In a similar vein to a Nicholas Sparks script such as The Notebook, The Book and the Rose is an unforgettably romantic film held together by the classic romanticism of lead Chris Kennedy, whose dashing good looks bring to mind Mad Men's Jon Hamm.
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Robert Downey Jr. Sign in. Watch now. Title: The Book and the Rose Set in When John Barnes acquires an old book filled with intriguing handwritten notes, he begins a correspondence with its previous owner--and it promises to be more than just an exchange of letters. Based on a short story by Max Lucado about two people brought together by the timeless workings of fate.
Snopes needs your help! Learn more. Wartime penpals arrange to meet at Grand Central Station: he will know her by the rose in her lapel, and she will know him by how he reacts to it. John Blanchard stood up from the bench, straightened his Army uniform, and studied the crowd of people making their way through Grand Central Station. His interest in her had begun thirteen months before in a Florida library. Taking a book off the shelf he found himself intrigued, not with the words of the book, but with the notes penciled in the margin. The soft handwriting reflected a thoughtful soul and insightful mind.
The idea of a single spirit, torn in half The pieces flung far and wide in the world as some kind of test. He studies the crowd of people shuffling off the platform and into the station. John makes his way through the crowds on the platform. A large duffel bag is slung over his shoulder, and in his hand he carries a blue book. He scans the busy area. She is heading toward John, a small handbag over her shoulder.