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Rosie and Vincent know each other for ten years, and are married for five. She doesn't like her job, he isn't too pleased working with her dad. They're trying to have a baby. One morning Benoit, a Frenchman and former pen pal of Rosie, whom she never met, comes to visit. Did Rosie love him? Does she love him now? Written by
I think the previous comments were a little harsh...it's a romantic comedy and not a bad example of one at that. As far as the plot goes I would compare it with the British TV series "Cold Feet" (not quite as good though). Dervla Kirwan is quirky and funny in her role and it's nice to see Chris Eccleston do something a bit different to Doctor Who. I also appreciated the underlying theme of Northern Irish Protestant/Catholic differences. Great soundtrack too, of course! All in all, it's entertainment, while not Oscar material,it was fun to watch and that's what counts, isn't it? A refreshing change from the formulaic Hollywood romantic comedies.
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