Takes two things that impact so many people. The first is the love and peace that Christmas is supposed to be that so many focus on. Then looks at the hatred of war, specifically the closing days of WWII. This movie had me crying as one woman brought German and Americal troops together in her poor cabin and leads both sides to see just how human each was. War is so evil, but our soldiers (both sides) are just doing a job for the country out of patriotism. In this case, both sides are loving people that just need to see that the enemy is just someone doing a job, to be fought, but not to hate. This is a movie I'm looking to buy as soon as I can.