"Happy Holidays" is a film that takes a comedic look at what happens when three childhood friends unexpectedly reunite in their Connecticut hometown right before Christmas. It's a story about growing up, growing apart, and eventually finding common ground. It's also about perception vs. reality, and how more often than not we make things much more difficult for ourselves than they need to be. In the film, the lead characters have conflicting perspectives on life: Alden is a recent convert to Judaism. He currently lives in Chicago, but is constantly on the move. Alden has major commitment issues. Kirby is a staunch Catholic, who uses his faith to justify his moral lapses. Kirby is in town from Baltimore, where he lives with his wife and kids. And Patrick still lives in his parents' house in Connecticut (which he purchased from them; they live in Maine.) A self-proclaimed Atheist, Patrick is also one of the only openly gay men in town. Patrick's parents, coincidentally, have major ...
A New Comedy About Friendship, Family And Faith
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Sounds like the start of a joke, doesn't it? An atheist, a Catholic and a Jew walk into a bar...
Lights Camera Christmas
Written by Bryan E. Miller
, Roger Nelson
Sensory Overload Publishing / Microhits Music Corp.
Performed by Jennifer Paige See more