Common Sense Note
Parents need to know that Coming Home for Christmas features estranged sisters trying to reunite their newly separated parents. A minor character's father died overseas in combat and is referenced a few times. The film is overwhelmingly family-friendly, focusing on the importance of healing family conflicts during the holidays, and the idea that family can take many shapes. There's a particular emphasis on singing and music, and though the likelihood of reuniting separated parents in reality is low and may be misleading for kids of parents going through a separation, it's treated in a lighthearted manner here.
A man and a woman kiss and embrace under mistletoe.
Death of a soldier in combat is referenced a few times but never described explicitly.
Family loyalty, conflict resolution, and helping those in need are important values. Give others a second chance and believe the best in people rather than assuming the worst.
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