A has-been '80s pop star whose phone stopped ringing some time ago, Paul Kerr (Craig Ferguson) is an alcoholic on a downward spiral. After crashing his motorcycle through a window and into a fountain in his estate, Paul is sent to a mental hospital on the assumption that he has become suicidal. When a woman named Rebecca (Jemma Redgrave) shows up one day with teenage Olivia (Charlotte Church), whom she claims is Paul's long lost daughter, both the girl and the depressed singer slowly begin find a new sense of purpose in their lives. Returning to his home to set his life straight with a little help from a former bandmate, a tentative romance develops between Rebecca and Paul. Subsequently discovering that his newfound daughter shares her father's talent for singing, it appears as if Paul may well be on his way to finally finding post-fame happiness in life. ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi
Really enjoyed this and the acting of Craig Ferguson and the beautiful singing voice of Charlotte Church.
A movie you will definitely enjoy!
I plan on buying it myself and an album with Charlotte Church..
Enjoyable antics by the likes of Craig Ferguson ( I didn't know he was an Actor, only a Talk Show Host) and the guy who played the King of the Roadees in Wayne's World 2. The movie played like a Harlequin romance novel. It was worth the time spent to watch it once.