Is it right to love two men at once? Is it right to marry them both? A loving mother to 8-year-old Jack and wife to Martin, Diane Sullivan works on a busy Stansted-Bologna airline route. ...
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Is it right to love two men at once? Is it right to marry them both? A loving mother to 8-year-old Jack and wife to Martin, Diane Sullivan works on a busy Stansted-Bologna airline route. Her time is divided between home and Italy but no-one's complaining. It seems a happy, hard working life. But then she starts an affair with one of her passengers, Mark Landucci, an Italian architect. The first lie she tells is that she's single. As the affair intensifies, Mark proposes to her. Diane has no choice but to walk away... except she can't. Why choose? Her family in London need never know of the life that she is evolving in Italy; just as Mark doesn't know about Martin and Jack. Soon this duplicity becomes a way of life for Diane: a young, intelligent woman whose lies are stacking up to haunt her. Diane's chances of being found out increase with every near-miss. When the questions come, she looks destined to lose just about everything... Written by
I really enjoyed Best of Both Worlds! To the best of my knowledge it was only ever televised once in Australia, as I've been trying ever since to see it again. Although I've contacted BBC and never received a reply, I understand it is unlikely ever to be broadcast again. It is not available on video/CD (does anyone know differently?)so I'm disappointed as I would love to see it again. There was just something about it; it was compelling viewing as it swept you along with the unbelievable twists and turns. It was interesting, visually attractive and had an unusual story line - with an ending no-one could've guessed. Very well acted and typecast.
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