Netflix is seriously getting into the seasonal spirit this year, unveiling its first ever original holiday movie, A Christmas Prince, at the star of December. Since then, it has followed up the Hallmark-esque drama with a darkcomedy about a convenience store heist, El Camino Christmas. Now, it’s making yet another Christmas movie, called Christmas Inheritance, and we’ve got a new trailer to give us a taste of what’s in store.
The movie follows Ellen, the girl who grew up with everything. The ambitious heir to True Gifts, a multimillion- dollar gift business, she is a fashionista who fancies herself on the cutting edge of everything. Before Ellen can inherit her father business, though, she must deliver a special Christmas card to her dad’s former partner in Snow Falls, the hometown she never knew. To experience life’s true gifts, her parents insist that she make the trip anonymously, without fame or fortune to aid her.
When a snowstorm strands her at the town inn, run by frugal manager Jake, “Ellie” is forced to work for her keep. Jake, a jaded, divorced man who grew up with little, becomes intrigued with his new guest, even if Ellie is a terrible baker with no housekeeping skills. Despite his blunt manner, Ellie begins to admire the innkeeper who doesn’t hesitate to help others, even when there’s nothing in it for him.
Christmas Inheritance arrives on Netflix UK on Friday 15th December. Unwrap the trailer below – or, to keep up to date with Netflix’s Christmas film line-up, check out our 12 Days of Netflix, counting down every day to 25th December with one of Netflix’s festive selection. Stay tuned for our unwrapping of Christmas Inheritance…
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