Crown Media Productions, Lighthouse Pictures, Storybox Entertainment,

Mira Sorvino, Cameron Mathison, Jesse Filkow, Bailey Skodje, Elle McKinnon, Brenda Crichlow, Steve Bacic, Kevin McNulty, Wendy Abbott, John Innes, Ona Grauer, Tanya Champoux

Jennifer Wade is a high strung TV personality chef, and she’s really in need of a break. Her friend offers her a cabin in the mountains for some skiing, but a blizzard and a car crash leave her wandering in a small town with no memory of who she is and where she came from. She meets John Blake (Cameron Mathison) who takes her in and tries to help, but even with the help of the whole town, they can’t seem to solve the mystery of who she is. John is a young widower raising small kids, and Jennifer just seems to fit in. But she can’t decide anything until she finds out who she is and where she came from.

This is a really nice little holiday film, and very well acted. The setting is really beautiful, and the acting of Mira Sorvino and Cameron Mathison is top notch, as are the children. The town is exactly where I’d like to wake up, and it’s a heartwarming story. Why is it mostly at Christmas we love to see the small town life in the movies.But this is a really warm and touching story and one of the best of this year’s class of holiday films. Be sure to watch this one.

EdG – EdsReview Dot Com – A Movie Review Blog



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