"Heidi (Osment), who initially left her small town of Pleasant Valley with the dream of one day becoming a successful painter, has put her own art on hold to excel as an art gallery curator. Now, a week before the gallery's big Christmas party, she must return home to watch her niece and nephew. She comes face to face with her high school love, Chris, now a teacher, who is in over his head after he must find a new last-minute location for the Christmas dance. Heidi offers to help him and together they discover a beautiful place for the dance, perfectly capturing the Christmas spirit, called Wonderland Farms. The more time Heidi spends in Pleasant Valley decorating for the Christmas SnowBall, the more she finds herself inspired to start painting again. With Christmas fast approaching, Heidi soon becomes torn between the life she built in the city and the life she is surprisingly charmed by back in Pleasant Valley, embracing her true passion."
Did You Know?
When Tom comes to Chris's classroom to discuss the dance preparations we see an American flag with fifteen stars hanging vertically on the classroom wall. This historical version of the flag is called the "Star Spangled Banner" flag as this version flew over Fort McHenry in Baltimore Harbor during the naval portion of the Battle of Baltimore during the War of 1812. Seeing the flag during the battle inspired Francis Scott Key to write the poem that became America's national anthem. Thus this is an appropriate flag for the history classroom. However the flag is hanging vertically with the blue field of stars to the right. The US flag code states the blue field must always be to the upper left. A history teacher would know this. See more