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Do you believe in miracles? With skepticism, Josh (Kirk Cameron), a hard-nosed reporter, sets out to investigate the fact or fable of Craig Shergold (Thomas Sangster), an eight-year-old English cancer patient who claims a miraculous cure. This made-for-TV movie is based on a true story.
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The Miracle Of The Cards is rated Not Rated
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Based on the true-life story of Craig Shergold, an eight-year-old boy suffering from cancer who broke the Guinness Record for most get-well cards received. The film focuses on his miraculous recovery and how his plight touched the hearts of millions of people (...who cared enough to send the very best!).
Small amount of spurting blood shown during surgical procedure.
Sexual Content: A
Appropriate family affection shown.
At least: five mild profanities and two rude comments.
Alcohol / Drug Use: A
Several kinds of drugs used as medical treatments are mentioned.
Child shown lying in coffin. Near death experience briefly accounted. Seriously ill hospitalized children await various cancer treatments. Several scenes depicting surgical procedures.
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The film Shadowlands beautifully illustrates some of the miracles that can be found even if there isn’t a happy ending. Another movie that presents mixed blessings is Lorenzo’s Oil. As both of these films deal with life and death issues, parents would be well advised to watch with their children and be available to talk afterwards.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: NA
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Details on home video releases of The Miracle Of The Cards...
The Miracle of the Cards releases to DVD on February 5, 2002.