A Cinderella Christmas

Synopsis: Angie works hard to run her uncle's events business while her cousin Candace takes the credit. When Angie takes a night off to have fun at the Christmasquerade Ball, the mask and gown allow her to let loose, and she quickly catches the eye of Nicholas, a wealthy local bachelor. But then Angie has to go before revealing her identity, leaving Nicholas searching for his mystery woman in this modern take on the classic fairytale.
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Director(s): Tosca Musk
Production: Marvista Entertainment
93 min



Hey, Candace.

Did you just wake up?

It's 1:
00 p.m.. I've been

up since 4:
00, working.

You haven't brushed

your hair yet?

Your muskrat

is better groomed.

Jenny is a bunny!

Are you here to help?

Nope, looking for the van keys.

Here they are.

Daddy said I could buy my own

Christmas presents this year.

Great. Would you be able to drop

these off at the Rizchecks for me?

Those look

really fragile.

I might drop something, and then you'd

have to redo all this work all over again.

Can't argue

with that logic.

You know, I would feel bad for you if you

didn't just make more work for yourself.

You agonize over these

sentimental details

like glassware from the year

so-and-so was born

and does anyone

even notice?

As event planners, it's our job

to create a magical experience.

Anything that helps with

that magic is worth it.

Well, it will be worth it

if a rich bachelor notices me.

So don't forget

to forward me that guest list.

Later, cuz.

Hey, what's my dad doing

for your present this year?

He told me to think about it

and to let him know.

I'm going to tell him I want

the event planning business.


He's been hinting at retirement and

I'm going to offer to buy him out.

You can afford to do that?

I have savings and the

money my parents left me.

I'm going to ask him tomorrow night

at dinner, so I was hoping that...

you tell him

you support it.


No problem, cuz.

So how'd she take it?

Candace isn't exactly one to be swayed

by a quote from Emily Dickinson.

We've moved on

to Oscar Wilde quotes now.

Surprisingly she took it well.

I just hope I didn't

hurt her feelings.

Okay, you are

way too nice.

What if she doesn't support you

tomorrow? Do you know what you'll say?


I'm hoping it won't

come to that.

Okay, let's hear it.

Okay. Uncle Otto...

I'm forever grateful for you

taking me in when my parents died

and treating me like

your own daughter.

And I know how happy it made you when

Candace and I were working together.

So when she took all the credit

for my work, I let her.

When she stopped coming

to work, I took over.

And I changed your catering company into

a respected events planning business.

I work day and night to make

that company a success.

And I would love the opportunity

to run this business alone.

That is what I want

for Christmas.

It's my passion.

That's so nice.

You're a better

person than me.

See, I would give some examples of specific

injustices Candace has inflicted upon you.

Or on the positive side,

you can tell him how the Christ-Masquerade

Ball is breaking the Internet.

Everyone's trying to get an invitation to

something that exists solely because of you.

Well, I'm just hoping

nothing has to be said.

I wouldn't be too sure. Candace

always has something up her sleeve.

Someone else's

leftovers again?

Are you okay, Uncle Otto?

You look really tired.


Sit down, love.

I couldn't be prouder of what you girls

have done with my catering business.

Thanks, Daddy.

You know, I've been running small

businesses since I was a young man.

You girls now know first hand

how much hard work that is.

You're hitting your stride just as

I'm getting ready to take it easy.

So... I've decided I'm going to

retire at the end of this year.


Actually, I was wanting to discuss the

event planning business with you.

Candace and I

discussed it already.

She convinced me that

you girls can handle it.

Candace has convinced you...

I will sell everything except my three

oldest, most stable small businesses,

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