Finn Conrad becomes suspicious as to why his father left a nurse, named Willa $100,000, and goes undercover to investigate. When she discovers his true identity, will it keep her from ever trusting him again?
Delighted to take Scout away for Christmas, Willa does not know that her benefactor's two adult children MOLLY and FINN have also read the will and are sure that she has swindled their father. Determined to get to the truth, Finn follows Willa to Bramble House to confront her.
The male lead character's name in the movie is Finn. In real life, Autumn Reeser's son's name is Finn. See more »
Scout and Finn do have black skates on. When you freeze the frame, it is actually the abundance of white laces which make it appear that they have white skates on. See more »
The Most Fabulous Night
Performed by Diogo Vasconcellos
Played at the end See more »
Heartwarming tale that ticks all the boxes
This is a formulaic Hallmark style TV movie, but if you're gonna make a seasonal movie then you may as well do it well. It looks great and will appeal to most people's festive feelings, and knocks many of the bigger sickly-sweet features out of the park. The story dried up like a box of Eat Me dates at the end of the second act, but the big reveal and the predictable ending was worth waiting for. Damn it! I didn't think it would get me...but it did. Autumn Reeser and David Haydn-Jones deliver a nice Christmas treat for the family.
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