Yes, Virginia (2009)

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An eight-year-old girl living in New York City in 1897 learns about belief and Christmas when her classmates question if Santa is even real.


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25 December 2010 | tavm
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| This version of "Yes, Virginia" comes highly recommend from me
A few years ago, I reviewed Bill Melendez' animated version of "Yes, Virginia, There Is a Santa Claus" with narration by Jim Backus that I thought was excellent. This one is a new computer animated version partly produced by the Macy's company that differs from the previous one but is no less touching. In fact, making the New York Sun editor, Francis Church-the author of the actual editorial that became famous, express some cynicism before penning his piece brings somewhat of a more dramatic tone that made the thing a little more believable to me. And it was also interesting that the person that made him change his mind was a former employee reduced to being a Santa ringer in order to make money. And Virginia also is more touching as she experiences some self-doubt based on the way an especially snotty girl gets to her. So on that note, I highly recommend "Yes, Virginia".

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Release Date:

11 December 2009

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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