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About the Movie
For a fifth consecutive December, a heartbroken Noel returns to New York City to work the night shift at a sidewalk Christmas tree lot. Devoid of any holiday spirit, he struggles to stay awake during the long, chilly nights in his trailer, while the daytime traffic keeps him from getting any real rest. As he slowly spirals into despair, he comes to the aid of a mysterious young woman in the park. Her warming presence, matched with some colorful customers, help rescue him from self-destruction.
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 17
- Fresh: 17
- Rotten: 0
- Average Rating: 7.3/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Fresh: This is a Christmas movie in which magic exists largely on the periphery, and that is just the right mix of chilly and sweet.
Fresh: "Christmas, Again" captures something ineffably moving about the holiday grind, as depicted in the life of a seasonal Christmas tree seller.
Fresh: Christmas, Again is a low hum of a downer, but maybe that's appropriate. As one customer crisply tells Noel, "Christmas sucks."
Fresh: The hard-won consolations of seasonal sentiment emerge in the searching performances as well as in the impressionistic handheld images.
This is one of the worse movies. We gave up about 10 minutes into the movie. Perhaps it got better, but Will never know. Wasted $5.00
Perfect Christmas Movie
The beauty of the image (provided by modern master Sean Price Williams) tells us that everything might not be okay. Gross and Audley are at their best here. From a perfect distance we witness the "truth" of the holiday. One of the very best of 2015.
Well worth it.
This is a quite, low budget christmas movie. It is truly well worth your time if you are looking for something different this holiday season.