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02 April 2012  |  Written by Helen O'Hara  |  Source: Exclusive

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If you're a fan of the likes of Calendar Girls, Bend It Like Beckham or East Is East, you might be interested in new comedy All In Good Time, which promises the same sort of quirky Brit-humour. And we have the film's new poster here.

This is the story of Atul Dutt (Reece Ritchie) and his new wife Vina (Amara Karan), whose honeymoon is cancelled the day after their wedding, forcing them to return home to the Dutt family - where they find it impossible to get time alone together to, ahem, consumate the marriage. Between meddling parents, prying neighbours and the pressures of a large family, the marriage itself is soon on the rocks, which is not exactly what every newlywed dreams of.

It's all directed by Calendar Girls' Nigel Cole, from a script by East Is East's Ayub Khan Din. Ritchie, meanwhile, you may remember from The Lovely Bones, while Karan appeared in St Trinians and The Darjeeling Limited

All In Good Time hits screens on May 11. So based on this paltry evidence, do you see another Brit sleeper hit?

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