Boxing Day

(2012)
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A struggling, indebted business man leaves his family immediately after Christmas to pursue a lucrative property deal that could solve all of his problems: buying foreclosed properties from banks at a fraction of their value, refi tting them for a minimum cost, and then selling them for a large profi t. He hires a local chauffeur for 24 hours to drive him around the mountainous area but, as night sets in and the weather worsens, the car is trapped on an icy road and the men face an uncertain fate.

  1. Bernard Rose

    Director, Screenplay

  2. Leo Tolstoy

    Story

Top Billed Cast

  1. Danny Huston

    Danny Huston

    Basil

  2. Matthew Jacobs

    Nick

  3. Lisa Enos

    Marianne

  4. Jo Farkas

    Jo Farkas

    Rosemary

  5. Julie Marcus

    Julie Marcus

    Cynthia

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Status Released

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  • September 2, 2012
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 31m

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