** Finding Christmas

Chesler/Perlmutter Productions,

Tricia Helfer, J.T. Hodges, Mark Lutz, Cristina Rosato

Sean (Mark Lutz) is an advertising agent in New York City who is about to propose to his girlfriend for the holidays. His plan doesn’t turn out so well, and he’s really depressed. Owen (J.T. Hodges) is a small town handyman and a country musician from North Carolina. The bump into each other on the internet and decide to swap homes for the holidays. Both of these guys are in need of a change of scenery and a bit of a vacation. Sean has asked his assistant Mia (Cristina Rosato) to look after Owen, while when Sean arrives at the home in North Carolina, he meets Ryan (Tricia Helfer) who Owen had asked to help fix the heater. Mia is instantly attracted to Owen, who feels like a fish out of water in the big city. But when Halo (Jessica Philips) notices Owen, dressed in Sean’s clothes in the elevator, she assumes he’s rich and they two decide to have a date. But on the date, Owen learns what Halo is about and learns his lesson. This little house swap may turn into a wonderful holiday for everyone.

This is your typical Hallmark holiday romp through romance and lots of problems. It is well made though, and is an enjoyable little film. The story moves along quickly and is enjoyable. The holiday theme is great, and it’s an interesting premise. Like most holiday fare from TV, it’s not a remarkably unique story, but it’s perfect for the season, and if you missed it last year, it will be repeated this year on the Hallmark Channel

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