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Approaching her sixtieth birthday,Jean attends a school reunion,where the other women all seem to have had face-lifts,making her feel old. After she has Botox and a tummy-tuck in order to... See more »

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Jean
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Nicola
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Frankie
Tom Lloyd-Roberts ...
Tom
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Lindsay
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Len Gowing

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Lyn Papadopoulos ... (writer)

Produced by

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Colin McKeown ... producer
Donna Molloy ... line producer

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Steve Wright ... (music composed and performed by)

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Kyle Ogden ... assistant editor

Casting By

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Michelle Smith

Makeup Department

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Rebecca Hodgkinson ... makeup designer

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Penny Davies ... second assistant director
Sarah Kenyon ... third assistant director
Simon Noone ... first assistant director

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James Mulhearn ... sound mixer

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Ian Sykes ... electrician

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Amy Buscombe ... script editor
Anna Graham ... production coordinator
Sharon Ruddock ... p.a to producer
Telecater ... caterer
Louise Young ... production secretary

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Plot Summary

Approaching her sixtieth birthday,Jean attends a school reunion,where the other women all seem to have had face-lifts,making her feel old. After she has Botox and a tummy-tuck in order to look slim in her birthday party dress,her husband Frankie rows with her over her apparent obsession with her looks and moves out. The situation leads to an airing of deep-seated marital grievances on both sides,with Jean particularly angry that Frankie seems to have spent all their savings. However he has a romantic explanation which leads to eventual reconciliation. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Runtime
  • 44 min

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Movie Connections References The One Show (2006). See more »

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