Alex despises Modern Art but when he falls in love with an adorable French artist, he understands that the only way to conquer her heart is to pretend he is an artist. He now must win a Modern Art contest in order to win her heart.
Alex is a shy accountant living in London. He is reluctant to step out of his comfort zone, but when he falls in love with an adorable French artist named Penelope, he pretends to be a talented artist himself; and now he needs to win a Modern Art contest to prove it.Written by
The Long Way Home
Performed by The Magic Theatre
Written by Sophia Churney and Daniel G Popplewell
Courtesy of Elefant Records See more »
I managed to stick it for 27 minutes then had to turn it off. Slow, cliched screenplay. The lead actor had an incredibly boring voice. Maybe intentionally, as he is supposed to be a bore. In that case he was very successful. Jokes about Modern Art need to have a bit more to them than "isn't Modern Art silly". I suspect the french lady might enliven it somewhat but I didn't stick around long enough to find out.
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