It Wouldn’t Be Christmas without Noëlle
The One Movie You’re Sure to Fall in Love with This Christmas
LOS ANGELES, October 30, 2007 – "If you're fond of sand dunes, and salty air, quaint little villages, here and there,” you're sure to fall in love with Gener8Xion Entertainment’s latest release, Noëlle.
A fully integrated family/faith-based entertainment company, Gener8Xion Entertainment, Inc. recently announced that Noëlle – its newest acquisition, a Volvo Films production – will open in select theaters nationwide on December 7th...just in time for Christmas. A cross between Waking Ned Devine and It’s a Wonderful Life, Noëlle is an enchanting family drama set against the breathtaking, icy backdrop of a tiny, sand-duned Cape Cod village.
Amid the homey imagery made famous in Patti Page’s classic tune Old Cape Cod, Noëlle inspires viewers to ask themselves not what they are doing, but why they are doing it. Laced with comedy, mystery, and a splash of romance, Noëlle is a stirring motion picture that will entertain and challenge the hearts of young and old alike.
The movie’s story revolves around Father Jonathan Keene (played by the film’s writer, director, and producer, David Wall). A cold, impatient Catholic priest, Keene arrives in a tiny fishing village the week before Christmas to do what he does best: shut down a dying parish. But he quickly becomes entangled in the lives of the village’s eccentric characters – among them, the childlike priest (Sean Patrick Brennan) he is replacing, and a beautiful librarian (Kerry Wall) who harbors a secret that could profoundly change Keene's life.
Award winning director David Wall flexes his dramatic skills as he seamlessly glides from Charlie Chaplin-like tumbles in the snow, to dialogue reminiscent of Richard Burton in his heyday.
"The film is not only about discovering who we really are; it is about realizing who we are not," says Wall.
A movie not to be missed, Noëlle will leave no one untouched this Christmas season. It is a film that soars far above the usual feel good Christmas flick, offering authentic, real-life challenges that are sure to resonate with viewers.
"We believe that everyone deserves a second chance," says Matt Crouch, chairman and CEO of Gener8Xion Entertainment. “Noëlle is a film about hope – a story that will inspire everyone to realize that a second chance is always an option in this life.”
About Gener8Xion Entertainment
Gener8Xion Entertainment, Inc. (OTC BB:GNXE.OB - News) is an integrated media company engaged in various operating activities including feature film and television production and distribution, sales and rentals of film and video equipment, systems integration and studio facility management. CEO and chairman of Gener8Xion Entertainment, Inc., Matthew Crouch first won the acclaim of audiences and critics alike with the 1999 runaway hit The Omega Code, named that year’s top limited release motion picture by Hollywood’s Daily Variety. Warner Brothers called The Omega Code the “grandfather” of inspirational movies. In 2006, One Night With The King, eclipsed Omega in beauty, drama, and inspiration. Interested investors are invited to visit the following web page to request an investor relations kit, receive GNXE press releases by email immediately upon release, and/or have an investor relations representative contact them directly: http://8x.ir.stockpr.com/request_info.
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