After knowing each other for only one month, retired Seattle art teacher Belle Colton, a spinster, and Hollywood movie star Sean Castleberry decide to get married, the wedding to be in two weeks. They met as he, in town to film a movie, rented the house next to hers. Belle's niece, Anna Colton, who Belle raised after Anna's father, Belle's older brother, passed away, and Sean's son, Clay Castleberry, are incredulous about the news. Anna, a San Francisco based divorce lawyer who met Sean at the same time Belle did, believes Sean will eventually break Belle's heart. The combination of Sean being twice married, a Hollywood movie star and having that seeming entitled attitude on that first meeting lead to Anna believing he a Lothario. In addition, Anna, married at age nineteen and divorced within weeks of the wedding, does now not believe one can truly know another person in such short a time. Clay, a Boston based orthopedic surgeon, believes Anna, without having even met her, is a ...
Did You Know?
Almost at the end of Anna and Clay's first bump-in at the airport, Anna retorted Clay: "Stick your phone in some rice, problem solved!" Same technique Callie Shaw used in 2015 movie, Ice Sculpture Christmas, also starring Rachel Boston as female lead. See more
Anna shops for a gown to wear to the opera. The gown she chooses in the store is a strapless red gown. When she actually wears the red gown to go to the opera, it has a cowl neck. See more
References The Living Daylights
Written by Peter Allen
Performed by Peter Allen
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