What is Your Christmas Or Mine? about?
Students Hayley and James are young and in love. And what do you do when you’re young and in love? You decide to spontaneously surprise one another for Christmas.
As per the synopsis, the two say their goodbyes before heading home for Christmas, but then both make the same mad split-second decision to swap trains and surprise each other. Passing each other in the station, they are completely unaware that they have just swapped Christmases.
"Hayley arrives at a vast mansion in a small village in the Gloucester countryside to find a place where Christmas does not exist, whilst James heads north to a small semi-detached in Macclesfield and steps into the warm and chaotic pandemonium that only a large family Christmas can bring."
“When the entire country is blanketed in the biggest snowfall on record, our star-crossed lovers are trapped at the most manic time of the year. Christmas traditions are turned on their head, secrets are revealed, and family truths are told with hilarious consequences.”
Soon enough, the couple realise that there is an awful lot they don’t know about each other, while concerns as to whether they’ll be able to swap back in time for Christmas Day, and whether their fledgling relationship will make it through to the New Year start to rise.
Who is cast in Your Christmas Or Mine??
The movie, directed by Jim O’Hanlon (Catastrophe, Trying) features a stellar lineup of British talent, including Alex Jennings (The Crown), Harriet Walter (Killing Eve) and Daniel Mays (Fisherman’s Friends).
David Bradley (the Harry Potter series), Angela Griffin (White Lines), Natalie Gumede (Titans), Lucien Laviscount (Emily in Paris) and Ram John Holder (Desmond’s) also star in Your Christmas Or Mine?.
Asa Butterfield (Sex Education) and Cora Kirk (Newcomer) headline the cast as our young lovers James and Hayley, respectively.
Where to watch Your Christmas Or Mine? in Australia
British comedy movie Your Christmas Or Mine? will launch exclusively on Prime Video on December 2 in Australia - right in time for the festive season.