Sean, who runs a New York City advertising agency, and Owen, a small-town handyman and musician, swap residences for the holidays. Mia, who works for Sean, helps Owen get settled into his new apartment while Ryan, sent by Owen to fix a broken heater, helps Sean find the charm of living in a small town. Owen is a fish-out-of-water in the big city and tries to flirt with Halo, an aspiring model/actress/singer who lives in the apartment building. One night, after Mia has shown Owen around the town, Halo sees him entering the elevator while he's dressed in a wardrobe borrowed from Sean's closet. Thinking he's rich, Halo flirts back and sets up a date. Mia, however, warns him that she just thinks he has money because he's living in Sean's apartment and is wearing Sean's clothes. On the day of the big date, Owen realizes who he really is and what he really wants in life. Meanwhile, Sean is falling in love with the local veterinarian, who happens to be harboring a big secret - two, actually....
Did You Know?
In the opening of the movie there is a street scene that is supposed to be downtown Butters, North Carolina. There is street sign indicating US Hwy 20 and a state highway. This same street scene was use in The Christmas Parade (2014), and is the intersection of US 20 and Ohio 65 in Perrysburg, Ohio. See more
In the opening of the movie there is a street scene that is supposed to be Butters, North Carolina. There is street sign indicating US Hwy 20 and a state highway. US 20 does not go through North Carolina, but goes from Boston MA on the East Coast to Newport OR on the Pacific coast. The actual intersection is US 20 and Ohio 65 in Perrysburg, Ohio. See more
Joy To The World
Written by Isaac Watts
(uncredited) and Lowell Mason
Arranged by J.T. Hodges
and Stacey Hersh
Performed by J.T. Hodges
Produced by Stacey Hersh See more