When a feud between sisters Kate and Melanie (real life siblings Carly and Britt McKillip) threatens to tear their parents marriage apart too, the girls try to repair the damage by arranging to bring the family home for Christmas.
Why Is Coming Home For Christmas Rated Not Rated?
Coming Home For Christmas is rated Not Rated
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Violence: Family members argue. A teen steals a treasured memento and lies about it. The death of a soldier is mentioned. Jealousy between siblings is depicted.
Sexual Content: A character’s bare shoulders are seen. A woman wears short skirts. The possible infidelity of certain characters is alluded to. A couple kisses.
Language: None Noted.
Alcohol / Drug Use: None Noted.
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Home Video Notes: Coming Home For Christmas
Release Date: 29 October 2013
Coming Home For Christmas releases to home video (DVD) with the following extras:
- Making of featurette.