An American soldier and a Belgian woman fall in love during a brief holiday truce amid the Battle of the Bulge. When fighting resumes, they promise to reunite on the first Christmas after the war ends if they're both alive.
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During a 24-hour holiday truce amid the Battle of the Bulge, American army captain John Myers (Craig Olejnik) and a Belgian girl named Alina (Ali Liebert) meet and fall in love. Separated during the Battle of the Bulge, an American captain (Craig Olejnik) and the Belgian woman (Ali Liebert) he loves vow to reunite on the first Christmas Eve after the end of World War II.Written by
Shannon Marie Valle
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Absurd, predictable, illogical, feel good nonsense.
Enjoyable enough if you can subdue your angry reaction to errors, stupidity and Canadian insecurity. The camera work is good.Thats about all that is. But the acting is pitiful, the effects artificial and the ending appallingly predictable. Christmas movies, with few exceptions, are hopelessly bad but this one must be in the top (bottom?)ten. So many errors... The US armed forces were not racially integrated at the time. Women did not walk around rural areas in occupied Belgium wearing designer clothing. And how, in the name of all reason and common sense could a 50 pound sack of Canadian Redpath sugar from Montreal, a rather blatant product placement, end up in a rural house in 1944 occupied Belgium? And once again our milquetoast Canadian filmmakers show their lack of backbone. This was a Canadian produced and Canadian tax subsidized film. Then WHY IN HELL is the story about American rather than Canadian soldiers????
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