Tom and Eloise meet in inauspicious circumstances, trapped in a stuck lift after Eloise has Tom fired. Nevertheless, sparks fly. 5 years later, they have broken up and Eloise is going back to France. Tom has 45 minutes to win her back.


Gavin Boyter


Gavin Boyter





Credited cast:
Kris Marshall ... Tom Sanger
Annelise Hesme ... Eloise Martin
Waleed Akhtar ... Tariq Haq
Valda Aviks Valda Aviks ... Rosa
Sean Baker Sean Baker ... Kenneth Fenton
Len Trusty Len Trusty ... Mike
Kapil Parikh Kapil Parikh ... Faisal Haq
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jade Alexander ... Reveller Sophie
Ken Boyter Ken Boyter ... Reveller
Emre Cakmak Emre Cakmak ... Guitarist / Busker
Janice Cramer Janice Cramer ... Carol Singer
Carmichael Diana Carmichael Diana ... Gallery visitor / Passerby
David Golt David Golt ... Gallery Visitor / Passerby
Victoria J. Goodwin Victoria J. Goodwin ... Extra (as Victoria Goodwin)
Matt Gras ... Pierre


Tom and Eloise meet for the last time to say goodbye as Eloise is moving back to France. With the moment of departure approaching, does one of them have the courage to rekindle the embers of their relationship or will their love be lost forever?

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Old Flames are Hard to Extinguish


Comedy | Drama | Romance


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I wanted to like it...but...
19 October 2016 | by MajuroSee all my reviews

I'm a Kris Marshall fan and I remember Annelise Hesme from "Hors de Prix" which is one of my favorite films, but this one was a switch-off after 20 minutes. The flashback format wasn't working, the relationship between the two wasn't believable, and Annelise's accent made her English hard to follow at times. The switch-off moment came during a present time sequence when she suddenly turned flirty and which seemed so forced and implausible. The flashback sequences were uncomfortable and claustrophobic. I understand that was the point of that, and also that I did not give the movie a full chance, but life is too short to waste on a situation and characters I don't care about in the first place.

I always welcome writers directing their own films, so I hope Gavin Boyter has better success with his next effort.

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24 May 2016 (USA) See more »

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London, England, UK

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