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Dublin: Maura is a single mom, furniture repossessed, being evicted. For a fee, she's marrying Wilson, an African, facing deportation. Her nine-year old, Molly, thinks she's going to get a dad. Freddie, a bit of a compulsive, is remarrying Sophie, after divorce and recommitment; she's starved herself into her old wedding dress. Both bridal parties arrive at the same inn for receptions: Freddie and Maura's paths keep crossing, Sophie thinks the two are having an affair, immigration officers are stalking Wilson, and Molly's figuring out what's really up. Sophie's father threatens Freddie with bodily harm if anything goes wrong. Can it not? Written by
While the movie is set in the Republic of Ireland, Molly asks Freddie for 50 quid, or pounds. The Republic of Ireland uses euros. Later Freddie hands Maura pounds. See more »
You know, if I can't make this marriage work what kind of a man am I?
D'ya ever stop moanin'?
You notice my marriage just broke up!
Well it seems to me it was the best thing for everyone!
Anyway - marriage is not the be-all and end-all of life.
Like you would know.
Oh. Molly told you.
Yeah, she did.
Well... maybe I'm not the best person to be giving you advice, but you'll get over it. Find someone else, even.
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Written by Niwel Tsumbu
Performed by Motema See more »
I rented this last night to watch with my partner and mother-in-law.
It is utter rubbish. From the corny music, to the very poorly executed 'comedy of errors' acting/editing, to the completely disengaging male lead (he spends a good deal of the film sighing and fumbling for words, but not in a well timed way) this film is completely egregious from beginning until about 20 minutes in when we turned it off and watched 'Everybody's Fine' instead (which by the way, is amazing).
We rented this from our Apple TV, and at one point I did consider penning an email to Steve Jobs to outline my disgust at it being added to the line-up on there.
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