Piper Perabo lights up the screen as Rachel, a blushing bride whose perfect nuptials take a surprising turn at the altar. An innocent glance between Rachel and an unexpected wedding guest is all it takes to spark a love-at-first-sight romance with a surprising twist - the object of Rachel's affection is a smart and sensuous...woman! Their shocking romance causes quite a stir amongst Rachel's family and friends as she is forced to choose between her husband and the girl of her dreams. Say "I do" to the wonderfully witty film that Cosmopolitan calls "a refreshing romantic comedy!"
**Commentary by Director/Writer Ol Parker
**Q&A with Director and Cast
**Personal Statement by Director Ol Parker
**Deleted & Extended Scenes with Directorâ€™s Commentary
Cast & Crew
A surprisingly old-fashioned romantic comedy, a film of lovely British parks, of antiques auctions and cluttered, lived-in homes and very good-looking 30-or-so's trying to be sophisticated.
There are more imaginative movies, I suppose; but there are also worse ways to spend a gloomy afternoon than in a London photo-shopped to perfection.
Everything has its rightful place, everyone has their happy purpose, and you can't help but grin at the sheer winning symmetry of the thing.
Parker's frothy relationship drama/comedy of manners throws a few curves into the rec room of romantic triangles.