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  •  Well, "His" in the sense that he is the CEO (5+ / 0-)

    of the company that produced it:

    From the Des Moines Register:

    Santorum, 55, a former Pennsylvania lawmaker, became chief executive officer in June of Dallas-based Echolight Studios, billed as a faith- and family oriented movie company. He came to Jordan Creek mall in West Des Moines on Monday night for a screening of “The Christmas Candle” at the Century 20 theatres.
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    Santorum described Echolight Studios as a “genre movie company” that will make movies dealing with faith in peoples’ lives. While Hollywood is producing beautiful and entertaining movies, not many talk about authentic faith, he said.

    The Christmas Candle, set in England in 1890, is about a legend in which every 25 years an angel visits the village candlemaker and touches a single candle. Whoever lights the candle receives a miracle on Christmas Eve. But at the dawn of the electric age, the centuries-old legend may come to an end, according to the film’s promotional materials.

    •  So basically (0+ / 0-)

      Christian rock with moving pictures.
      Dull as dishwater, nobody particularly likes it, and the people who produce it look down their nose at every other artist while wondering why their wonderful stuff doesn't sell.

      I've gotta learn some new swear words, cause the old ones just aren't cutting it in this situation.

      by UncleKirk on Sun Nov 17, 2013 at 04:20:36 AM PST

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