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‘Lights: The Miracle of Chanukah’ gives a reason to celebrate the festival in its true sense. Enjoy the story & summary of this popular Hanukkah movie.

Lights: The Miracle of Chanukah

Released in the year 1987, ‘Lights: The Miracle of Chanukah’ is a blockbuster that is based on the festive occasion of Hanukkah. The entire movie is a reflection of the true spirit and mood of the festival. The director has very beautifully captured the essence of the event in all its glory. Colorful and bright animation, a strong storyline and mind-blowing set decorations - that’s ‘Lights: The Miracle of Chanukah’ for you. It is particularly a rage amongst kids, as they love to see the funny and amusing animated characters therein. What’s more, the movie also gives them an idea about their inherent culture and tradition. The movie can, in fact, be regarded as a medium to make the children and younger generation aware about their roots and customs.

Adults also love to watch ‘Lights: The Miracle of Chanukah’ on the festive occasion of Hanukkah, as it gives them a delightful break from the monotony of their daily routines. Very commonly, you will see family members gathering around after the completion of the various rituals and ceremonies to watch this delightful and unique movie. Voiced by some of the most popular television stars, like Paul Michael Glaser from Starsky and Hutch; Leonard Nimoy from the chartbuster Star Trek and Judd Hirsch from Taxi, the movie definitely presents the best way to spend with your family, on Hanukkah. It also gives people a new reason to celebrate and follow the occasion.

‘Lights: The Miracle of Chanukah’ is a holiday-special movie that runs for a total of 24 minutes. It brings very amusing animated characters to life and provides unlimited fun and excitement. The movie introduces children to the various customs of Hanukkah. There are two faces of the same film that is projected to the people. On one hand, the story is about the continuous struggle of the followers and the people to preserve their identity in this cruel world. On the other hand, it refers to the larger issues of the right to be different. Thus, the movie not only brings people closer to their history, but also shows them that being different from the others is a reason to celebrate.