Sandy, upon discovering her husband's infidelity while watching her son's birthday video, leaves the suburbs and moves into the city. She gets an apartment that's above a coffee house where she befriends one of the workers, Aram, a guy whose wife only married him so she could get a green card. Aram's family thinks he's wasting his life and education by working in the coffee house. Soon after moving into the apartment, Sandy hires Aram to be her nanny while she takes on work for the first time since her children were born. It isn't long when Aram and Sandy find they get along wonderfully and start to date. But the question is: is their relationship real or is it, in fact, just a rebound for both of them?Written by
Everything in this movie was well done including the hardest part... ending, but though it was a good ending it wasn't enough good compared to the rest, beginning, middle and especially the culmination. But maybe, it was me who was unable to connect enough with the end and felt it was a bit cheesy, so that is why I say it's good ending and probably faithful, successfully escaping the clichés.
The whole movie is unique for the genre He represents, from the basic story, an older woman (but very hot) and younger man are having a relationship. Next, the humor is sharper than usual, romance is not rushed too soon, is not cheesy though on moments is flirting with it, and the characters (including the supporting ones) and connections between them are well developed and full of real emotions.
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