One cold Christmas Eve, a lonely foster child finds an injured rabbit in the Michigan woods. She knows there's only one person who can nurse the creature back to health---the Bunny Lady. When Julia brings the animal to the elderly woman's farmhouse, she fears it may be too late---and hopes for a Christmas miracle. Stars Florence Henderson. Dove approved. Rated PG (thematic material and brief smoking). Closed captioned. Approx. 100 minutes. DVD Features:
Behind-The-Scenes Featurette: "The Real Bunny Lady"
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My 10 year old granddaughter watched the movie with me and she actually stayed awake. She loves anything with animals in it. I liked the movie because it truly was a family movie. There was nothing in it that made me cringe. The fact that there was a real bunny lady made it more appealling to my granddaughter. She told me, "I love this movie"
This movie deals with an emotionally disturbed young girl who is fostered and ultimately adopted by a faithful mother. The movie has some tough scenes at the beginning, but overall I found it to be pretty good. There was some inconsistency with the parenting of the girl and the biological son. The son is a bit spoiled whereas the girl is held accountable. But I don't tend to look towards movies about how to discipline my children. I would recommend it for children 8 and above. There are some sweet moments, and it was nice to think about how God can use animals to reach a child.