In a small town on Christmas Eve, a snowstorm brings together a group of young people.


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Laura Solon (screenplay by), Victoria Strouse (screenplay by) | 4 more credits »
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Isabela Merced ... Julie
Shameik Moore ... Stuart
Odeya Rush ... Addie
Liv Hewson ... Dorrie
Mitchell Hope ... Tobin
Kiernan Shipka ... Angie
Matthew Noszka ... JP
Jacob Batalon ... Keon
Miles Robbins ... Billy
Joan Cusack ... Tin Foil Woman
Anna Akana ... Kerry
Genevieve DeGraves ... Jessica
Rebecca Ablack ... Anisha
Christina de la Cruz ... Connie
Briar Nolet ... Lisa


In a small town on Christmas Eve, a snowstorm brings together a group of young people.

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Comedy | Romance

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated PG-13 for crude sexual material, strong language, and teen partying | See all certifications »

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Did You Know?


Liv Hewson and Jacob Batalon are in the MCU. Liv on the television series Inhumans, Jacob in Spiderman movies. Shameik Moore is the voice of Miles Morales in Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse. See more »


Julie's acceptance letter indicates that she has been accepted to the Columbia School of Journalism. Though it has a famous graduate program in journalism, Columbia University has no undergraduate program available to a graduating high school senior. See more »


Dorrie: Have you ever been with someone, and you stay up until like 4AM just talking about everything, and you're just like, I can't believe I get to exist at the same time as you?
Keon: No, but like I'm really happy for you?
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Crazy Credits

There is a scene with the Tin Foil Woman singing in the car the same song used in the ending credits. See more »


Referenced in Nostalgia Critic: Krampus (2020) See more »


No Geography
Written by Tom Rowlands (as Thomas Rowlands) and Ed Simons (as Edmund John Simons)
Performed by The Chemical Brothers
Courtesy of Virgin EMI Records/Astralwerks
Under license from Universal Music Enterprises
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where is the snow?
16 November 2019 | by nethy-nhoSee all my reviews

Like I read the book that inspired the movie,I think that I must compare them. Let's start, well, on the book, we have three tales that through of plot will have more connections with the every characters, and all the tales emphasize a lot about the snowstorn, and we have more misadventures into that. but at the movie we have less about that, less about the characters, and less about the places and some stories that could be able to be better than that we have here, some differences, i loved, all the tales are into an only narrative , the highlight about the Aluminum-woman, and Dorrie be a lesbian, but some differences take off the originality that the book has, and some times get too cliche, but still a great story to see at Christmas, have a soundtrack pretty good and amazing cast.

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Release Date:

8 November 2019 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Let It Snow See more »

Filming Locations:

Toronto, Ontario, Canada See more »

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Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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