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How to watch The Holdovers in the UK

How to watch The Holdovers in the UK

She stars alongside Paul Giamatti, who plays a boarding school teacher tasked with looking after a group of pupils who are forced to remain on campus over the Christmas break.

Given the level of acclaim – with some critics calling it a future Christmas classic – you're probably wondering how you can watch it, and the good news for UK cinemagoers is that despite the Christmas atmosphere, it's not too late to get it on a wide screen.

Read on to find out everything you need to know about how to watch The Holdovers in the UK.

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How to watch The Holdovers in the UK

Detainees is It is still available to watch in cinemas all over the country.

Despite its festive atmosphere, the film's release date has been set for mid-January in the UK.

You can also rent Holdovers Apple TV, YouTube, and Amazon Prime.

Will Holdovers come to streaming in the UK?

Paul Giamatti as Paul Hunham and Dominic Cessa as Angus Tully in The Holdovers. to focus

If you live in the US, The Holdovers is already available to purchase as a digital download and to stream on Peacock.

It's too early to say if the film will make its way to any subscription-based streaming services on this side of the Atlantic.

We will keep this page updated as more news becomes available.

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Holdover plot

If you're looking for some brief information about the film before deciding whether you want to watch it in the cinema, you can find the official synopsis below:

The Holdovers is about a miserly teacher at a prestigious American school who is forced to stay on campus during the Christmas break to care for a small group of students who have nowhere to go.

“In the end, he forms an unexpected bond with one of them — a damaged, intelligent troublemaker — and the school's head cook, who has just lost a son in Vietnam.”

Trailer Holdovers

Still haven't made up your mind? Maybe the trailer below will convince you!

Holdovers are now available for purchase or rent on digital platforms. Check out more of our movie coverage, or visit our TV guide and streaming guide to see what's on.

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