Home For The Holidays (New Packaging)
Obligation and blood ties take Claudia Larson home every Thanksgiving to visit her family in Baltimore. Giving thanks looks like a tall order this year, in light of the downward spiral Claudia's life is taking these days. Within 36 hours she manages to lose her job, her head, her coast and her cool.
Even her daughter's virginity appears to be on a collision course with a teenage boy. What Claudia doesn't expect to lose this Thanksgiving is this sense of dread and loathing…of wanting to be anywhere but home with the family.
A human comedy that honours the timeless holiday tradition of family gatherings and reminds you why you left home…
- " Celebrates the family unit without ever getting sanctimonious about its merits. " – Matt Brunson
- " Home for the Holidays is a perfect representation of why they say you can't go home again. " – Emily Sears
- " Jodie Foster has directed a poisoned paean to the great American tradition of torturous family gatherings. " – TV Guide