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26 January 2003 (USA) See more »
Top tabloid journalist Liam Marple (Robson Green) poses as a politicial fundraiser to get the dirt on Prime Minister Laura Bowden (Caroline Goodall). Things get sticky when they fall in love. | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Caroline Goodall ... Laura Bowden

Robson Green ... Liam Marple
Philip Quast ... Richard Bowden

Keeley Hawes ... Jane

Michael Maloney ... Ivan McDermott
Aisling O'Sullivan ... Max

Peter Firth ... Benedict
Katy Murphy ... Michelle
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Marc Bannerman ... Ali

Nitin Ganatra ... Adam Crawley
Terence Harvey ... Hugh Bateman
Lisa Hayes ... Miranda Kelly
Chloe Howman ... Heather
Christopher James ... Simon Haxby
Tom Knight ... TV Presenter
Jordan Theis ... Tom Bowden
Clare Thomas ... Nicky Bowden

Directed by
Catherine Morshead 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Caleb Ranson 

Produced by
Michele Buck .... executive producer
Susan Dunn .... associate producer
Rebecca Eaton .... executive producer
Julie Gardner .... producer
Sandra Jobling .... co-executive producer
Damien Timmer .... executive producer
Original Music by
Simon Lacey 
Cinematography by
John Daly 
Film Editing by
Don Fairservice 
Casting by
Andy Pryor 
Production Design by
Malcolm Thornton 
Art Direction by
Leigh Walker 
Set Decoration by
Carlotta Barrow 
Costume Design by
Julian Day 
Makeup Department
Nadia El-Saffar .... makeup designer
Alison Elliott .... makeup supervisor (as Alison Davies)
Production Management
Jane Coombes .... post-production supervisor
Michelle Pianca .... unit manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Nardine Montague-Gibson .... second assistant director
Debbi Slater .... first assistant director (as Debbie Slater)
Claire Thompson .... third assistant director
Art Department
Carlotta Barrow .... set dresser
Helen Downes .... art department assistant
Steve Protheroe .... stand-by carpenter
Sophia Stapleton .... stand-by art director
Gary Watson .... property master
Sound Department
Robin Day .... sound maintenance
Rodney Glenn .... sound editor
Colin Martin .... dubbing mixer
Dave Sloss .... foley recordist
Alastair Widgery .... sound recordist
Glenn Marks .... stunt arranger
Camera and Electrical Department
Ian Adrian .... camera operator
Phil Brookes .... gaffer
Steve Cussell .... electrician
Francesco Ferrari .... clapper loader
Dave Fowler .... best boy
Steve Wallace .... focus puller
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Michael McGarrigle .... costume supervisor
Editorial Department
Chris Beeton .... telecine colorist
Ulrike Münch .... assembly editor
Music Department
Steve Parr .... music mixer
Steve Parr .... music recordist
Other crew
Ralph Cameron .... location manager
Becci Earl .... production coordinator
Rebecca Earl .... production coordinator
Mark Edwards .... production accountant
Lynne Hazelden .... stand-in: Caroline Goodall
Gail Kennett .... production executive
Jack Murphy .... choreographer
Louisa Rawlins .... production secretary
Vivianne Royal .... script supervisor
Cordelia Weston .... production assistant
Polly Williams .... script editor

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100 min

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According to the end credits, the song "Me and Mrs Jones" which plays over the opening credits was sung by Robson Green.See more »


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2 out of 2 people found the following review useful.
sexy fun, 19 June 2013
Author: blanche-2 from United States

Robson Green proves once again he's hard to resist - even if you're the British Prime Minister.

In "Me and Mrs. Jones," a reporter, Liam Marple, goes after a hot tabloid-type story on the standing Prime Minister (Caroline Goodall) as she awaits the upcoming election. He does this at the behest of his ex-girlfriend (Keeley Hawes). After forcing a friend to take him to a party, he meets the Prime Minister, they dance, and there's an instant attraction. She is married at this point in name only to Richard Bowden (Philip Quast). The two wind up having an affair, which complicates Liam's plans for a tell-all. She knows him under another name and he's fallen in love with her.

Delightful, sexy story, absolute fantasy, with two attractive leads and a twist that's not really much of a twist at all, 11 years later.

Just watch it and enjoy it for the romance that it is.

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