After losing their way on a cold, blustery Christmas eve, two children, Katie and Makean are rescued by their friend, the Candleman, an old sage who imparts wisdom, hot chocolate, and stories. Opening a weathered book, he begins reading the classic tale, The Night Before Christmas. Magically, Katie and Makean become characters in the poem where they learn the light of Christmas comes from the giver of all good gifts.Written by
Nate Smith, Cliff Miles
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This is a weird version of "The Night Before Christmas"/ It's well made but its weird . This animation is very good. The story however fails the animation.
This is not as good as one would hope it would be but it is worth watching. The story is this:
After losing their way, Katie and Makean are rescued by the Candleman, who imparts wisdom and stories. Opening his book, he reads the classic tale, "The Night Before Christmas". Katie and Makean become characters in the poem. A classic stop-motion animated film filled with nostalgic Christmas carols excites the imaginations of young and old leaving everyone with the spirit of Christmas.
Now I had to watch this twice. I watched it and I did not remember too much about it. So as soon as I could I watched it again. I still didn't remember it the next morning. T
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