Preview: “Our Italian Christmas Memories” A Hallmark Movies & Mysteries 2022 “Miracles Of Christmas” Movie


Kat Harlton

Media: Hallmark Media

Sarah Power (“Good Witch,” “Wild Roses”) and Beau Bridges (“Homeland,” The Fabulous Baker Boys) star in “Our Italian Christmas Memories” a new original premiering Saturday, November 12 (10 p.m. ET/PT), on Hallmark Movies & Mysteries, as part of the network’s annual “Miracles of Christmas” programming event.

About The Movie:

When their mother leaves town for her first vacation in years, the Colucci siblings — Anna (Power), RJ (Jesse Irving, “Arrow”) and Ella (Morgana Wyllie, “Sacred Lies”) — reunite over the holidays to care for their beloved but ailing grandfather, Vincent (Bridges). Anna is back in town for the first time in years and is shocked to witness firsthand how quickly Vincent’s early stages of dementia have progressed. In an effort to jog her grandfather’s memory and bring back a cherished Christmas tradition, Anna sets out to recreate her late grandmother’s legendary pasta sauce. As Anna struggles to replicate the sauce, she and Vincent’s doctor, Greg also (Markian Tarasiuk, “Surface”) begin to grow closer and romance sparks. When Anna finally allows her siblings to help her on her quest to perfect the sauce in time for Christmas, she learns that the secret ingredient for a memorable holiday is the trio ultimately uniting despite their differences and past wounds.

“Our Italian Christmas Memories” is from Neshama Entertainment in association with MarVista Entertainment. Suzanne Berger, Arnie Zipursky, Dayna Zipursky, Lauren MacKinlay, Megan Ellstrom, Larry Grimaldi, Hannah Pillemer and Fernando Szew are executive producers. Stephen Harmaty and Boris Ivanov are producers and Francesca Visconti serves as supervising producer. Catherine Cyran directed from a script by Joie Botkin and Pierluigi D. Cothran and Samantha Herman, based on a story by Michael Varrati.

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