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Prego offers a humorous take on unplanned pregnancies, it follows the story of Emily (played by Katie Vincent), a young woman confronting a one-night stand (played by Taso Mikroulis) with the revelation that she's pregnant. Things go from bad to worse as she comes to grips with the realization that the man may not be a suited father figure to her unborn child.Written by
a comedy. not original, not special. but real useful. as reflection of contemporary life. after the end of film, two things are real significant : the look of Katie Vincent, doing an admirable role and the right portrait of a representative Peter Pan syndrome young man of Taso Mikroulis. not the last, its basic virtue is the predictability. you knows each answer and each Mark reaction. and the end, the end is real, real strange. because it is the expected one. and this is the fact for the small desire to be the other. his returning. and, after the first shock, the talk of two future parents. but this is it .
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