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An Unexpected Love (2003)

TV-14 | | Drama | TV Movie 24 March 2003
An unhappily married housewife and mother of two children (Leslie Hope) seperates from her husband and gets a new job where she developes a mutual attraction to her female boss (Wendy Crewson).

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Kate Mayer seems to have it all: a nice suburban house, two loving children and a devoted husband. But Kate is anything but happy. She is disappointed not only with her marriage, but with her entire life. In her pursuit of happiness, this frustrated mother files for divorce and gets her first-ever job, working in a small real estate agency. To complicate matters, Kate finds herself strongly attracted to her kindhearted boss, Mac. The surprising twist? Mac happens to be a woman. Will Kate have the courage to risk following her heart? It's one woman's emotional journey of self-discovery. Written by Lifetime Television

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Kate Mayer: What's it like being gay?
McNally 'Mac' Hays: I don't know... What's it like having blue eyes?
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A lovely realistic mature movie, with a fabulous Wendy Crewson as Mac.
29 January 2003 | by See all my reviews

I think Wendy Crewson is absolutely fantastic in" This much I know". She takes the lead in her own easy way. You almost don´t notice, but you sit back with this warm feeling, just knowing Mac is there for Kate (Leslie Hope), supporting and encouraging her. Mac seems strong, independent, as happy as anyone can be after loosing the love of her life and with a great sense of humour. But somehow Wendy Crewson is able to show us Mac´s vulnerability. The sensitive, warm and fragile person underneath and she does it so well. Wendy Crewson is very beautiful of course, but with simple means, she creates this caring and very sensual person, and reveals an insight and understanding of what being different is all about. She has a lovely natural and relaxed attitude in relation to being gay. The way we all wish it could be.


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