Behind Door Number 16 is a family friendly classic with a universally loved story and captivating animations.
Adapted from the 1978 book of the same name by author Raymond Briggs, this television film is told through images and music. It tells the tale of a young boy who builds a friend out of snow, and finds that the night brings magic and life to his sculpture.
The film is only around half an hour long, and it’s soundtrack provides some much needed relaxation tones during the holiday period. It gives a short but welcome break from present wrapping, turkey cooking and Christmas tree decorating and settles you back in to the magic of Christmas.