Plot & Details
In modern-day London, three men and three women fall in and out of love and back again, to the Greek-chorus accompaniment of two cab drivers (Ian Hart and John Thomson), who engage in an ongoing conversation about sex. In one pairing, Eleanor (Olivia Williams), a sophisticated and slightly anal art restorer, is pitted against Frankie (Craig Ferguson), a smartly dressed divorcee who still shares a flat with his bitter ex-wife. The two meet one night at a salsa club, and a caustic attraction soon flourishes. Another pairing sees Mo (Jane Horrocks), a tough, love-'em-and-leave-'em Liverpuddlian, reunite with Eddie (Jimi Mistry), a clumsy bloke who was in love with Mo years before and now dreams of winning her back. Meanwhile, Jocelyn (Catherine McCormack), a young woman both neurotic and without self-esteem, finds unlikely happiness with the slovenly Fergus (David Morrissey), who bemoans the lack of love in his life. Born Romantic is the second feature of British writer/director David Kane, who made his feature debut with the similarly themed This Year's Love in 1999.
- MPAA Rating: R
- Genre(s): Drama
- Run Time: 97min.
- Theatrical Release Date: 09/28/2001
- DVD Release Date: 05/21/2002
- Distributor(s): MGM/UA
- Director(s): David Kane
- Starring: Craig Ferguson , Ian Hart , Jane Horrocks , Adrian Lester , Catherine McCormack
- Themes: Class Differences,Opposites Attract,Looking For Love
- Tone: Atmospheric,Bittersweet,Fanciful,Humorous,Reflective,Talky
- Keywords: art, divorce, ex-husband, ex-wife, love, sex
- Country of Origin: UK (03-09-2001),USA - Limited (09-28-2001)
- Language: English