WHITE REINDEER is part of the upcoming POSSIBLE WORLDS FILM FESTIVAL that takes place in Sydney at Dendy Opera Quays and Dendy Newtown – it is a festival of independent American and Canadian film – running from the 8th to the 18th of August. It has a phenomenal line up of films and if you want your mind broadened and want to see some great films that are not Hollywood made then suss out this festival. You can get all the information you need from HERE and now enjoy my review of my first viewed for the festival, White Reindeer.
Release Date: 26 December 2013 (USA)
Director: Zach Clark
Writers: J Zach Clark
Stars: Anna Margaret Hollyman, Laura Lemar-Goldsborough, Lydia Hyslop
White Reindeer (2013) Official Trailer:
White Reindeer is one of the most original Christmas films in years, it is part Bad Santa and part A Wonderful Life, it is what happens when Christmas goes to shit and how you would deal with it. It is somewhat heartfelt and deals with unassuming 32-year-old real-estate-agent Suzanne Barrington, her life is rocking, she has just sold a house, is stoked for Christmas, is kind of a bit modern Stepford wife and her husband is a famous weatherman and has just got a job in Hawaii. Life is awesome. Except she comes home and finds her husband with his head blown to bits and she must deal with life during this cheery time.