David (Stephen Mangan) constantly stresses over his love life and feels a choice must be made, stay with his too-agreeable girlfriend, Lisa (Susan Lynch), or go after exciting and tricky Nina (Lara Belmont).
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When thirty-something David isn't working as a photographer at a high-street photo studio he is stressing over his love-life. Torn between his rather-too-agreeable girlfriend Lisa and the exciting but tricky Nina, he has a serious decision to make. When he gets it all wrong and loses them both he has to start all over again.Written by
I saw this late at night on BBC, tuned in and it was about ten minutes in but i sat and watched the rest because i'm a big fan of Stephen Mangan (responsible for one of the greatest one-off characters on British TV, 'Dan' in I'm Alan Partridge).
Considering the low budget this is a really great film with a good cast and nice dialogue and i thoroughly enjoyed it. It should strike a chord with anyone who has made a regrettable decision in their life or is a bit 'lost'. It has some funny moments, some cringy moments and some real heart wrenching moments.. mostly because the main character is really likable (even if a little self involved) and you really want to see him find whatever he's looking for in the end.. you'll have to watch to find out if he does or not..
P.s. his boss Paul played by John Henshaw adds some much needed comic relief as does his almost infuriatingly deadpan best friend Matt...
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