A small town girl who moved to New York to pursue her dreams returns home for the holidays, only to realize that maybe her dreams aren't miles away, but right in her hometown.

Director:

Terry Ingram

Writer:

Nina Weinman
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Sarah Lancaster ... Beth
Brendan Penny ... Dean
Gwynyth Walsh ... Shirley
Andrew Francis ... Barry
Jessica Harmon ... Eileen
Garry Chalk ... Santa
Anna Van Hooft ... Nicole
Steve Makaj ... Principal Hyde
Mackenzie Gray ... Tom
Vanessa Walsh ... Alexis
Arien Boey Arien Boey ... Noah (as Arien Ryan Boey)
Laiken Laverock ... Frances
Imogen Tear ... Greta
Tanya Champoux ... Mrs. Beasley
Dana Stoutenburg ... Waitress
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Storyline

Beth Baker is an out-of-work actress stuck in New York City without her friends at Christmas time. She decides to return home to the quaint small town she escaped 10 years before and finds a place far different than the hamlet she left. She suddenly finds performing possibilities and even romance. Written by satin

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The movie was called Christmas Confession when shown in the UK. See more »

Goofs

When Beth first meets the children she will be directing in the festival's play, she, sitting at the piano, says that they will start with scales. She does not play scales, but arpeggios. See more »

Soundtracks

Please Come Home for Christmas
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Written by Charles Brown and Gene Redd
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MEANINGFUL STORY!!!
20 December 2020 | by ssimeonidou1See all my reviews

I liked this movie very very much! I liked the plot, the setting and the kids.... where charming and pretty natural. The film had a good story to tell regarding dreams in general, in my opinion. It's very important to chase our dreams as much as understanding ourselves, our depest whishes and the fact that those dreams can change as we grow older and wiser through experience. I found the cast was very good also. Everybody in this film was great and represented their roles with emotions. Sarah Lancaster was very good but Brednan Penny was amazing as always! I like the way he approaches the parts he gets with innerness and charm. It's one of the movies i wish had a sequel....


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Canada | USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 November 2015 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Christmas Confessions See more »

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Stereo

Color:

Color

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16:9 HD
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