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Born and brought in London, five friends are reunited for three days, until one of them gets married. Sitting at their hen night, the friends recollect their thoughts and look towards the future. Mandy, the family-girl who indulges herself with other men, Janet, the troubled wife who is desperate to conceive, Anna, a writer who is determined to fulfill true happiness, Karen, the teacher who has trouble "coming-out" and Susie, the bride-to-be who has a background she'd like to keep in the past. Going through hard times and succeeding the good times, the five friends go through and survive. Based on the novel by Susan Oudot. Written by
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This is an excellent series, the acting is superb by all concerned. Though I must complement Pauline Quirke as she brings such a range of emotions to the role. I laughed like a drain at last nights episode when they were running down the racecourse. Also the lesbian storyline is good, it made me feel indignant when she was being persecuted. I was also sad when she told her family and her father walked out of the room.They must have had such fun making this series.
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