Atmospheric Pictures, Moody Independent

Elisabeth Rohm, Laura Breckenridge, Brendan Fehr, Jerrika Hinton, Laura Spencer, Mark Joy, Mark DeAngelis

Wendy Walton (Laura Breckenridge) is the best set designer in Boston, but in order to get noticed, she quits her job at the local theater company and takes a job as an assistant to Priscilla Hall (Elisabeth Rohm), the best known interior designer in the city. Wendy, who’s working all hours of the day and night to keep Priscilla off her back, is trapped one night in an elevator where she shares a kiss with a very handsome stranger. Later Wendy learns that the man is actually Priscilla’s fiance Adam (Brendan Fehr), and to make it worse, he doesn’t recognize her. When Priscilla assigns Wendy to plan and decorate her engagement party at Adam’s house, she ends up falling for him, but is afraid to tell him that she’s the girl from the elevator.

This is a very good romantic comedy set in a Christmas scene. It’s one of the better made-for-TV films I’ve seen. Ladies are going to love it, as it all the great parts of a romantic comedy. It’s got the usual elements, scheming, planning, manipulating, etc. It seems that by hook or by crook Priscilla is going to get what she wants, and she’s not afraid to step on anyone to get it. It’s very well done for what it is, and it delivers enough punch to make it worth tracking down. It’s on ION television this year.

EdG – EdsReview Dot Com – A Movie Review Blog



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