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The One and Only (2002)

When Stevie meets Neil on the day he comes to deliver her brand new kitchen, it's already too late for love at first sight. Too late for both of them. Stevie is already five minutes ... See full summary »

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Stevie
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Neil
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Sonny
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Stella
Michael Hodgson ...
Stan
Aisling O'Sullivan ...
Jenny
Kerry Rolfe ...
Sharon
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Donna
Angel Thomas ...
Mgala
Charlie Hardwick ...
Doctor
Tracey Gillman ...
Social Worker
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Kitchen Salesman
Trevor Fox ...
Trevor
Joe Caffrey ...
Joe
Judi Earl ...
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When Stevie meets Neil on the day he comes to deliver her brand new kitchen, it's already too late for love at first sight. Too late for both of them. Stevie is already five minutes pregnant by her Spanish footballer husband. And too late for Neil too - his wife Jenny has already applied to adopt an African girl. But too late or otherwise, love at first sight is exactly what happens. How can Neil and Stevie get out of their mistaken marriages and into each others arms?

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Comedy | Romance

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21 February 2003 (UK)  »

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Az igazi  »

Box Office

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€19,813 (Italy) (4 July 2004)
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1.85 : 1
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The production was supported by Newcastle City Council and other regional agencies to try and promote a more positive image of Tyneside. However the film never secured wide distribution and its own limited run in Newcastle earned less than £1,200. See more »

Connections

Remake of The One and Only (1999) See more »

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Rose Rouge
Ludovic Navarre (as Saint Germain)
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sweet romantic comedy with great leads
27 July 2005 | by See all my reviews

I've just seen this movie on DVD. Its sweet and surprisingly funny. And has two great performances from Richard Roxburgh and Justine Waddell. The best scenes in the film are when they're together. You really want them to have their happy ending. The direction is erratic, and the writing's weak, but they're charming so it doesn't matter. There's also a funny performance by Michael Hodgson. Newcastle looks good, and the movie has a fun soundtrack. I wish there were cast interviews and more behind the scenes footage on the DVD. It kind of looks like it was done on the cheap. But the movie itself is sweet and funny. A good way to spend a Sunday evening.


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