It's love at first sight when Stevie and kitchen installer Neil meet. But she's pregnant with her Italian footballer husband and Neil and his girlfriend are adopting Mgala from Burkina Faso. Is it too late for love and happiness?
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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?
An excellent and earthy cameo of real life's up and downs.
A lovely and lively time in the lives of a number of characters centred around a great performance from Justine as the wronged Stevie who finds her soul mate at an unexpected time and place. Good humour running through what is a serious issue of finding happiness in life. Well supported throughout and well filmed in the up and coming northern England area. Neil fits kitchens and is one of the most sensitive and understanding guys you are ever likely to meet. He deserves the best and eventually gets it, but its not all plain sailing and lots of bridges have to be crossed before it all works out. The drama hospital scene gets to a pitch in which you hope it works out but doesn't look like its going to. Do yourself a favour.. watch it. It will cheer you up
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