Richard followed in his father's footsteps as Cambridge literature professor. Having fallen in love with LA socialite student Kate, he decides to move for her to California, enjoying a grand villa her father gave them but settling for a tacky position in a second-rate college. The relationship goes wrong, like his next with her bossy sister Olivia, but this time he's devoted to their darling son and caught up I a hedonistic lifestyle of mild (?) debauchery. Things are further complicated by new partners and his expiring immigration terms.
Every good love story has three sides
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The letter to Richard Haig at the end of the film is addressed to 170 Trinity Lane, Cambridge CB2 TTB.
There are barely a handful of buildings on Trinity Lane to come close to 170 (most aren't numbered anyway, just college names). Also, the postcode looks like it was incorrectly transcribed by the researcher - Trinity Lane postcodes are CB2 1T* See more
It's important you understand, it's not you, it's me. What we have is so special. I love you more than I can say, but I'm sorry, truly, because, I fucked up.
[we see that he is talking to a young boy
Look, I owe you an explanation, but honestly, I don't know where to begin.
written by Angelique Bianca
, Tomi Del Castillo & Esteban Lucci
Performed by Angelique Bianca
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