A young violinist with leukemia brings hope and life into adesolate Russian hospital for children. Dove Review: This isan amazing film about some amazing people. The plot centerson cancer-stricken kids in a hospital in Russia who arerunning low on hope, until a man named Alex comes into theirlives. Alex encourages the musical ability of the kids and ayoung boy, Misha, plays a violin for a girl in a coma. Thesupervisor of the hospital, Olga, is known as 'Stalin' andmakes the kids quit playing. However, both Nurse Elena andAlex suspect she has a soft heart below her tough exteriorand while she is gone raising funds for the hospital, theyget the kids involved in painting the walls and planning aconcert in the auditorium below, as the hospital was once aConservatory. The kids face a few low moments including theloss of a friend, but they persevere and find hope in someunlikely places and with the help of some unlikely people.The movie features a touching scene of a dying girl'marrying' the young man she loves in an emotional 'wedding'scene. She is his princess and he is her prince according toher. This inspirational film will stir and move you and wegladly award it our Dove 'Family-Approved' Seal for agestwelve plus, due to a few sophisticated themes. This one isvery worthy of the five Doves we are awarding the film.