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.
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Harry Connick Jr.,
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Jean-Claude La Marre
Vivica A. Fox,
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 done in Tulsa's Spotlight Theater, which was at time in rehearsal for their own Christmas play. One rehearsal was delayed by about thirty minutes, but actors Vivica A. fox and Justinh Avery rewarded the cast with a group photo. See more »
You'll make a terrific Virgin Mary.
Shut up! And who said I was a virgin?
I was talking about the play. And being a virgin is bad because, why?
Because nobody else is.
There may be one or two...
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Heart warming message of hope when there seems to be none.
A Christmas film that the whole family should go see. With even grade school kids being exposed to so much info so young....this is one that shows right from wrong an brings hope to those who have lost theirs for whatever reasons. A heart warming experience that will surely help you leave the theater in The real uplifting spirit of Christmas. In a society that has seemingly lost the real meaning of Christmas .....to extended yourself to give to others....this movie is a throw back to the reality of real giving! Showing that our adults are so involved in making a living they are out of touch with their family. Neglecting to see what is really going in our children's lives in our own homes. This movie shows how outta touch we can be an how there is hope of getting our family ties back to the real deal... called family.
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