Triple bill of festive dramas. 'The Christmas Shoes' (2002) revolves around the intertwining of two stories. In the first,Rob Lowe plays Robert Layton,a workaholic lawyer who is drifting away from his wife,Kate (Maria del Mar),and his family. In the second,a little boy,Nathan (Max Morrow),tries to raise the cash to buy a pair of red shoes for his mother,who is dying from a congenital heart defect. Robert's path seems set to cross with Nathan's; will the two have lessons to teach each other about life? 'A Christmas Romance' (1994) stars Olivia Newton-John as Julia Stonecypher,a woman who has just lost her husband. A bleak Christmas appears to be in store for her and her two daughters when bank manager Brian (Gregory Harrison) arrives to tell them that their house will be repossessed. However,when a snowstorm delays his departure,Brian is forced to seek refuge with the family and the iciness between the two camps swiftly begins to thaw. In 'I'll Be Home for Christmas' (1997) part-time mayor Sarah (Ann Jillian) heads a town council desperate to find a doctor to keep open the small town's clinic. Sarah's hopes are raised when widower Michael (Robert Hays),a surgeon,returns to visit during the Christmas holidays. But will her attempt to recruit Michael be complicated by their previous high school romance?