The Perfect Gift

DVD Release: November 3, 2009
The Perfect Gift


A Christmas story that carries a year-round message for the ages. “The Perfect Gift” is a Capra-esque tale of a spoiled schoolgirl, her overworked executive mother and a disillusioned minister and how each receives an uplifting message about friendship, commitment and the truest meaning of Christmas from a friendly, but mysterious drifter named Jess.

Dove Review

This is a wonderful Christmas film that will encourage people to look at the real definition of Christmas and the reason we celebrate this time of the year. Like so many other Jefferson Moore movies, this one is truly enjoyable for the entire family. Max is a young girl who just happens to have a birthday on the same day that Jesus was born, but she does not like it. She also is not happy that her school assignment is to write about Christmas. As Jes helps Max with her essay, he also helps the community, her mother and the assistant minister see how important God’s perfect gift to us was, the gift of love.

It also takes a look at what is happening in the world today at this very special holiday season. That Christmas is a time for kindness and love, not gifts and shopping. And that people need to stand up for what they believe in and not let others that do not believe bully us in hiding the real reason we celebrate Christmas.

We are proud to award “The Perfect Gift” the Dove Seal for all ages.

Content Description

Faith: None
Integrity: None
Sex: None
Language: All References to God and Jesus is in reverence.
Violence: Man points a gun at another man.
Drugs: None
Nudity: None
Other: Comment regarding the separation of Church and state.


Company: Kellys Filmworks
Director: Jefferson Moore
Genre: Christmas
Runtime: 86 min.
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe