WHO’S IN IT?
Kat Graham (The Holiday Calendar), Alexander Ludwig (Bad Boys for Life), Virginia Madsen (Candyman), Aaron Douglas (The Monster), Trezzo Mahoro (To All the Boys I’ve Loved Before), Xavier de Guzman (Our House), Aliza Vellani (The Art of Racing in the Rain), Rohan Campbell (The Right Kind of Wrong), Jeff Joseph (The Wrong Mr. Johnson)
WHO’S BEHIND THE CAMERA?
Martin Wood (Teenage Space Vampires), director; Gregg Rossen (film debut) and Brian Sawyer (film debut), writers; Brad Krevoy (The Knight Before Christmas) and Steven R. McGlothen (Bloody Birthday), producers; Hamish Thomson (Grand Unified Theory), composer; cinematographer TBA; editor TBA
WHAT’S IT ABOUT?
Erica (Graham) is an overworked congressional aide who is forced to forego her family Christmas at the bequest of her boss, Congresswoman Angie Bradford (Madsen), who sends her to a tropical Air Force base which specialises in making an annual plane drop of gifts and other goods to the locals on Christmas Day. While Erica is there to find ways for her boss to defund the facility, she clashes with Captain Andrew Jantz (Ludwig) who shows her the joys of both his operation and the importance of spending the holidays with others…
IN ONE SENTENCE, WHY SHOULD YOU BE EXCITED?
Inspired by a real-life delivery of goods to tropical residents over the Christmas period, this cheery romantic-comedy should put everyone in good spirits as we get closer to the festivities.
WHEN’S IT OUT?
THURSDAY 5TH NOVEMBER 2020 (EXCLUSIVELY ON NETFLIX)