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When a man (Rob Lowe) loses his job, his wife (Paget Brewster) suggests he try writing a book. The novel's unexpected success soon has the author entertaining ideas of fame and fortune -- at the expense of his family. As the Christmas season approaches, the predictions of a mysterious stranger (Christopher Lloyd) cause the writer to re-examine what he really values.
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A Perfect Day is rated Not Rated
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A man rides the rollercoaster of career failure and success, and begins to forget the importance of family and friends. This TV movie includes some mild sexual innuendo. A married couple’s sexual intentions are implied (only a kiss is shown). A single woman kisses a married man and extends a veiled invitation for a romantic relationship. The script includes a few mild profanities and terms of deity used as an expletive. Social drinking is depicted.
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Another man encumbered by the cares of the world is met by an unusual stranger who helps him see what matters most in the Christmas classic It’s a Wonderful Life. An investment broker learns a similar lesson in The Family Man.
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Canadian Home Video Rating: NA
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DVD Release Date: 11 December 2007
The made-for-TV movie A Perfect Day releases on DVD just in time for the holidays. Audio tracks are available in 5.1 Dolby Digital (English, French and Portuguese) and Dolby Digital (Thai), with subtitles in English, French, Portuguese, Chinese and Thai.