The One & Only

The One & Only

Movie: The One & Only
Director: Simon Cellan-Jones
Produced by: Assassin Films, Film Council, Pathe, Pathe Pictures, TF1 Intl.
Released By: TFM
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An adaptation of the 1999 Danish film Den Eneste Ene and set in modern day Newcastle, England, this easygoing urban comedy concerns a recently widowed father attempting to start anew following the death of his spouse. Though he had been having doubts about their relationship and in particular the prospect of adopting six-year-old African orphan Mgala, kitchen fitter Neil agreed to the adoption shortly before the death of his wife Sharon. Despite his single parent status, Neil commences to join mate Stan in boozing it up at the local pub. Gradually growing closer to new client Stevie despite her failing relationship with footballer lout Sonny, the two embark on a tentative relationship driven by their mutual dissatisfaction with their current circumstances. When Stevie discovers that she is pregnant and that Sonny has been seeing other women behind her back, she and Neil find that love has a way of creeping up on you when you least expect it.

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