Deck The Halls

Deck The Halls
Deck The Halls

Year

2006

Duration

89 minutes

Genres

Comedy

Language

English

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Synopsis

Deck the Halls is centred around two neighbours who engage in all-out battle when one of them decides to decorate his house with so many Christmas lights that they are visible from space. As the rest of the neighbourhood is sucked into the argument, will the true spirit of Christmas shine through? Find out in this sweet-natured and highly festive comedy.

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PG Classification

Contains mild innuendo and language.

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