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Hearts of Christmas (2016)

TV-G | | Drama | TV Movie 4 December 2016
When Jenny (Emilie Ullerop) plans a Christmas retirement party for her beloved hospital supervisor, she butts heads with Matt (Kristoffer Polaha), a new manager determined to cut costs.

Director:

Monika Mitchell

Writer:

J.B. White
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Emilie Ullerup ... Jenny Miller
Kristoffer Polaha ... Matt Crawford
Sharon Lawrence ... Alice Shelby
Yan-Kay Crystal Lowe ... Lauren (as Crystal Lowe)
Nicholas Carella ... Walt
Rachel Hayward ... Kate Miller
Bruce Dawson ... Bob Miller
Kimberley Sustad ... Isabel
Jay Hindle Jay Hindle ... Eric
Ruby Gillett ... Selena Bradley
Brendon Zub ... Dan Bradley
Omari Newton ... Francisco
Graeme Duffy ... Store Manager
Chris McNally ... Connor
Taylor Hastings ... Zoey
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Storyline

When a beloved neonatal intensive care unit supervisor is forced to take early retirement, her young colleague, Jenny, decides to turn the upcoming staff Christmas party into a surprise celebration for her. But the plan is complicated by the hospital's new CFO who's been tasked to cut costs. Written by Happy_Evil_Dude

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Drama

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Trivia

The song, Wrapped Up In Love by North Country Flyers, that plays during the ending of this movie was also used during the ending of the Hallmark movie Snow Bride (2013). See more »

Goofs

Jenny and Kate watch Bob hang the Christmas lights on the exterior of the house. The exterior of the house had previously been shown already with the lights hung. See more »

Connections

References Ice Castles (1978) See more »

Soundtracks

The Christmas That I Know
(uncredited)
Performed by Katherine Liner
[Played when they go ice-skating]
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OK but........
23 November 2018 | by heidibetrugSee all my reviews

As Hallmark movies go, this one is a tad more tolerable than the rest . The characters aren't silly and it's refreshing to have a plot centered on something other than cookie baking, chefs or small town Christmas festivals and reunited high school sweethearts. However, realism was left at the sound stage door when the action moves to the NICU. No one around these babies is gowned. Jenny wanders in wearing her street clothes, Mom and Dad - in their street clothes too,- hold baby James while standing. The nurses never seem to be actually taking care of the babies but rather sit around talking, and only look lovingly at the patients. every so often. Remember - NICU stands for Neonatal INTENSIVE CARE unit. The patients may be tiny but the technology and care provided is cutting edge and truly intensive as the name indicates. Hallmark makes it look like all that's needed to treat these babies is lots of sentiment and an abundance of Christmas decorations.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

4 December 2016 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Each Precious Heartbeat See more »

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