By Julie D. Griffin
While Janie loves as in sweet as cream whipping up a svelte cup of java filled with enough sugar and
sunshine to love one to a giving and loving miracle ~ Everything of the small home town simply breathes
and exudes holy love along with his school teacher wife, who loves the daughter, who sympathizes with
the young boy, who hides out from a dark girl whose campaign to oneupmanship and whimsical oppression of him, makes the poor boy run for his life. The beauty of a small Seward, Alaska town at Christmas, let alone at winter, all of the world of a lot of happy and content and small town, home town people good until one uppity and wicked lawyer enters the scene at Christmas time.
The lawyer on the other hand plots to remove the natural flow of the good lives of the people of the town around and with the other dark girl at tow, things heat up pretty quickly to make one Alaska town go from icepond to ground zero in what seems darn near like no time flat.The entrance of the attorney who wants all Christmas decorations immediately removed only seems to now light up an already kindling wood burner. Mitz, the establishment clause attorney, or more like the Grinch of Christmas Past, wants one thing and one thing only ~ To take over every small town girl ever saved and taking the things of his capitalism up against his dark heart, and that dark force called of no good behind him.
The use and take of green paper money as the force of pro se, the Alaska Grown family gropes for even
the mystery of what appears good. Most of the film according to the lawyer himself follows some of the most bigoted, jealous, selfish and stingy people even he himself said he has ever seen. Using the excuse of money or religion as a way to control love, people and property though, what the film portrays about the people here while accurate does seem to address the parody of people who use a kind of faith as a means to oppress others themselves. The film on the other hand does seem to explore some of the ins and outs of small town life.