On his death bed, drug addict Gregory O'Reilly tells his wife Claire Molloy, whom the home front believed dead, that he gave their daughter Theresa up for adoption, actually by his father, ...
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On his death bed, drug addict Gregory O'Reilly tells his wife Claire Molloy, whom the home front believed dead, that he gave their daughter Theresa up for adoption, actually by his father, Irish woolen fabrics manufacturer Jonathan McKenna. Jonathan's lawyer Sean McDermott hears about Gregory's death and states triumphantly the secrecy nightmare is over. But Sean's adult son Nicholas, a more idealistic lawyer, returns to the ancestral Glencastle and falls in move again with Jonathan's natural daughter Kate, whose husband Patrick O'Hara's true ambition is succeeding Jonathan. Claire also returns to Ireland under a pseudonym, but is killed in a suspicious accident.Written by
A very interesting and dynamic comedy ! Two stories: first ,the story of Kate and Nicholas, who have been lovers and now are meeting together.the other story is that of Theresa,the daughter of Gregory and Claire, who has been adopted by Kate and Patrick (because they can not have children) and remembers her mother.Claire knows about this adoption and will fight to recover the guardianship of her daughter.So the comedy becomes more alive and with some touch of suspense.
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