With one week to go, Christmas has never seemed so close, and yet so far away. As such, I thought I would share with you something from the traditions of other nations. Today’s effort, is a German classic, that is essential cinematic viewing for some of our fellow Europeans.
Ernst Marishka, 102 mins
A period drama in which a young princess follows her mother to an Austrian court for the announcement of her sister’s engagement – but while there, the fiancee instead falls in love with the young Sissi. The first in a trilogy of films,
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this one touches the heart of those that a period film like this would touch. It isn’t going to be for everyone, but it still is worth a look for something a little different for your Christmas choice.
If you don’t fancy this period piece, then why not treat yourself to our alternative film…
Roger Kumble, 96 mins
This one may be a little more accessible – our protagonist comes home for Christmas, only to come face to face with his high school crush. This has been highly rated by a number of people – particularly women who may have a Ryan Reynolds based crush – but regardless, is something well worth your time for a quick, easy to watch Christmas film that would not already be in your xmas canon.