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When John Barnes finds an old book filled with intriguing margin notes, he writes to the volume's previous owner---and begins an exchange of more than just letters. Set in the 1940s, this timeless parable of choosing and loving is based on a short story by Max Lucado. DVD includes wide- and full-screen film versions and behind-the-scenes interviews. 30 minutes.
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gooseAge: 55-65Gender: Female5 Stars Out Of 5The Book and The RoseAugust 14, 2014gooseAge: 55-65Gender: FemaleQuality: 5Value: 4Meets Expectations: 5Movie based on Max Lucado story - very inspiring!
Jenny Escobar5 Stars Out Of 5March 30, 2008Jenny EscobarMy sisters and I watched the film and we applaud to Max for his amazing job in writing a story to remind us that you cant judge a book by its cover, that is why I love when Sarah says, Tell me who you love and Ill tell you who you are. God Bless.
Jackie Wilson5 Stars Out Of 5March 7, 2008Jackie WilsonThis is a very thought provoking movie. One person who watched it with me said, "I don't know if I would have passed that test." I think it's great.
Tina Marie Barber3 Stars Out Of 5January 24, 2006Tina Marie BarberAlthough this short story had a moral lesson to it, I was disappointed that it was not Christ centered. I expected more from a film based on a book by Max Lucado. Also, there was one foul word used in the film.
Robert Blankenbehler5 Stars Out Of 5October 28, 2004Robert BlankenbehlerIt was a good movie. It was relatively short and taught a good message. My wife really liked it.
Q: does somebody know who really wrote this story? Is it Max Lucado who wrote the story? or did he quote it from somewhere?in which of his book can we find the story?I just want to read it
Yes, Max Lucado did write this story. The title of the story is "The People with the Roses" and it can be found in "And the Angels Were Silent: Walking with Christ Toward the Cross" (CBD stock number 921308).