All Mine to Give

All Mine to Give

DVD - 2008
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It's Christmastime as young Robbie Eunson pulls his little sister on a sled through the snow to a snug house in the woods. Robbie is fulfilling the promise he made to their dying mother- that he would find a home for each of the six orphaned children.
Publisher: Burbank, CA : Warner Home Video, [2008]
Edition: Widescreen version
ISBN: 9781419852244
Branch Call Number: DVD All
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (102 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in


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Dec 14, 2017

This is a very boring and disturbing movie. I do not recommend it at all

Feb 05, 2016

AuntieiS12 I couldn't agree with you more. Yes, it takes maybe a mature older adult to remember that this country was not always in the modern age. I found the movie inspiring that a young man could take on the role of a parent. I will never forget the honesty and love the parents gave their children. In the end, I am proud to have watched "All Mine To Give"!

AuntieS12 Oct 17, 2014

This movie is based on a true story. Told from Robbie's perspective. The movie will leave one in tears.

Nov 25, 2012

This movie was the most depressing film I have ever seen. I do not recommend watching this unless you want to feel depressed all day, and have your children ask some pretty serious questions about death. It was so upsetting I shredded the copy I bought at the store so no one would have to watch this depression. There is enough sadness, death, loneliness and despair in the world that we don't need to spend two hours filling our heads with more of it. I kept watching because I was hoping for an uplifting ending...nope. Not even touching, just depressing.


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