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Lessons in Love

2014
95 Mins

Womanising rogue and Cambridge professor Richard (Pierce Brosnan) makes the mistake of bedding comely American student Kate (Jessica Alba) and getting her pregnant. However, he proves to be the perfect dad, even happy to up sticks and move to Los Angeles. However, after Kate dumps him he finds himself increasingly drawn to Kate's fetching - but no-nonsense - sister Olivia (Salma Hayek). Romance, recklessness and mid-life redemption, all wrapped up in a feelgood way.

Director: Tom Vaughan

Starring: Pierce Brosnan, Jessica Alba, Salma Hayek, Ben McKenzie

Genres: Comedy

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