Home for the Holidays is a 1995 comedy-drama film directed by Jodie Foster and produced by Peggy Rajski and Foster. The screenplay was by W. D. Richter based on the short story by Chris Radant. The music score was by Mark Isham and the cinematography by Lajos Koltai.
Aunt Gladys: How fast can you go Tommy?
Tommy: Like the wind, honey.
Adele: I'm giving thanks that we don't have to go through this for another year. Except we do, because those bastards went and put Christmas right in the middle, just to punish us.
Adele: (Answers the phone) Hello... who?... I never heard of him, consult your directory.
|Release Date||3 November 1995|
|US Box Office||$18,000,000|
|Tagline||On the fourth Thursday in November, 84 million American families will gather together... And wonder why.|
|Genre||Comedy, Drama, Romance|
|Filming Locations||Baltimore Museum of Art - 10 Art Museum Drive, Baltimore, Maryland, USA|
|Sound Mix||Dolby Digital|
|Film Class||Ensemble Film, Domestic Comedy, Holiday Film|
|Niche Genre||Comedy Drama|
|Themes||Family Gatherings, Sibling Relationships, Eccentric Families, Dysfunctional Families, Coming Home, Suburban Dysfunction, Looking For Love|
|Tones||Talky, Witty, Quirky, Irreverent, Affectionate, Biting, Madcap, Cynical|