The Gift

The Gift (1977)

Why is my Father is so hard on me?

  • Genre: Drama, Family
  • Release Date: 1977-01-01
  • User Rating: 9/10 from 1 ratings
  • Runtime: 0h 16min
  • Language: English
  • Production Company: Brigham Young University
  • Production Country: United States of America
  • Director: Douglas G. Johnson
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Summary

On a cold winter morning Tav wakes his son Samuel at 4 A.M. to help with chores on the family farm. He sternly comments on Sam's work, such as napping while milking, or spilling a little milk, causing Sam to tell his mother how hard it is to please his father. She explains that Tav is just teaching him traits he will need as a man, and although his father loves him very much he finds it hard to express this in words. Sam admits to having the same problem. She says that there are unspoken ways to communicate love, and Sam volunteers, "Like Christmas presents ?" She agrees, but will not tell him how to select a special gift for his father. On Christmas morning Sam goes out to the barn alone (except for the cows, pigs, and chickens) to deliver his special gift in a setting very similar to where the very first Christmas gifts were bestowed.

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  • James Griffith

    as Tav
  • Francis L. Urry

    as Jason
  • Brett Palmer

    as Samuel
  • Joy Sansom

    as Laura Jean
  • Debbie van Orden

    as Mary Jean
  • Jeanne Nuttal

    as Carol Ann
  • Julia Warner

    as Berta
Camera Reed Smoot Director of Photography
Writing Pearl S. Buck Original Story
Directing Douglas G. Johnson Director
Production Douglas G. Johnson Producer
Editing Peter G. Czerny Editor

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