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Having You (2013)

Jack has finally managed to propose to his girlfriend when his life is turned upside down by the arrival of an old one-night stand that introduces him to his seven year old son.

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Anna
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Camilla
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Jack
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Peter
Isaac Andrews ...
Phoenix
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Paul
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Barry
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Lucy
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Julia Deakin ...
Mrs. Haughton
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Michelle
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Dr. Matthew Jenson
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Tim (as Chris Kelham)
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Jessica
Bill Thomas ...
Mr. Rivers
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Jack has finally managed to propose to his girlfriend when his life is turned upside down by the arrival of an old one-night stand that introduces him to his seven year old son.

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Life is never easy, but for Jack it's about to get a whole lot harder

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Comedy | Drama

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12 June 2013 (Hungary)  »

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Gyermekeink apja  »

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Getting to know you
19 February 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Having You is a small scale low budget film but which never adds up to much as in scope it really is a television film with some swearing.

Jack (Andrew Buchan) works fixing old arcade machines, although reluctant to commit, he has proposed to long term girlfriend Camille (Romola Garai) who is a doctor. Jack has an abrasive relationship with his dad who wants to get him a proper job and reminds him of his troubled past which includes alcoholism.

However just after Camille miscarried some years ago he had a one night stand with Anna (Anna Friel.) She now turns up with their 7 year old son Phoenix and wants Jack to spend time with his son and bond with him. Of course Jack is in a dilemma as he does not want Camille to find out he has a son, especially as it means that he cheated on her.

The film is low key and uneven. It takes a dramatic turn at the latter part of the movie when Anna reveals the real reason she wants Jack to get to know his son.


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