A man's childhood promise to marry a young girl is put to the test.
In case the recent volley of Jude Law films aren't enough to satisfy you, here's one of those timely straight-to-video releases from his past which would otherwise not deserve to see the light of the small screen.
Law is the antique tile restorer who helped his father deliver a baby girl when he was six years old and swore he'd marry her. Fate brings them together as adults and Law romances her (Gretchen Mol) and her kooky family (including mum Brenda Blethyn and blind sister Jennifer Tilly) in a style that'll prove too excruciating for all but the most soft-centred.
Romantic twaddle too excruciating for all but the most soft-centred.