DVD: The Holiday – (2006)


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DVD: The Holiday - (2006) Genre: Comedy, Romance, Release Date: 2007-03-13 Duration: 138 Min Director: ...


DVD: The Holiday – (2006)

DVD: The Holiday - (2006)
Genre: Comedy, Romance,
Release Date: 2007-03-13
Duration: 138 Min
Director:

  • Nancy Meyers

Two beautiful women, Amanda Woods (Cameron Diaz) and Iris Simpkins (Kate Winslet) both find themselves at the end of failed relationships just before Christmas. Amanda decides to take a two week vacation and surfs the internet. She meets Iris online, and they agree to swap their homes for the holidays. Amanda lives in Los Angles and Iris lives in the countryside of Surrey, England. Even though they now have a change of scenery and want no contact with men, they are both still depressed and lonely. But things are about to change when Iris’ brother Graham (Jude Law) drops by Iris’ house and meets Amanda. On the other side of the world, Iris meets Miles (Jack Black) a film composer. Romance is in the air and sparks are about to fly. Douglas Young (the-movie-guy)

Star:


Kate Winslet

Cameron Diaz

Jude Law

Jack Black


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