Ashley lives in the fast lane until a handyman invades her life and she's directing a Christmas play for underprivileged kids. She runs into her ultimate soul mate. They may live happily ever after unless her step brother gets her killed.
Eighteen-year old Ashley's life is headed in the wrong direction. She's been hanging out with a bad crowd and seeking an escape from the drama at home. Everything begins to change when a handyman working on the family's house encourages her to volunteer for a Christmas play with underprivileged children. Ashley finds purpose by helping people in need and uses that to help heal her troubled family. Together, they discover the impact one person can make through the gift of giving. Written by
Sections of this film were shot at the Will Rogers High School, a beautiful example of art deco architecture. But the Girl's Washroom, where scenes between Ashley, played by Lexi Ainsworth, and Nicole, played by Cassidee Vandalia, were shot, was so small that the producer had to watch the video of the takes crammed in in a toilet stall with the assistant director and script supervisor. See more »
How is she? Nobody'll tell me anything around here. They treat me like I'm a criminal.
[Mac bursts into laughter]
What's so funny?
You are a criminal!
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So This Is Christmas is a great film! We loved it! We can't wait to see it out in theaters so all our friends can see it too! I loved the fact that it was a blended family with a black mom and white dad. It is so appropriate for our world today, yet you don't see it much on movies or TV. I really loved the Christian beliefs added, we need more of this in our movies today! The movie was heart wrenching, funny and serious, so you had several emotions throughout the film, which in my opinion makes a fabulous movie! The actors did a great job bringing the characters issues to the light and learning from them. I could see the pain they all were facing and it was real!!! Great job!
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