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You, Me And Him. Image shows from L to R: Alex Jones (Faye Marsay), Olivia Miller (Lucy Punch), John (David Tennant).

You, Me And Him

2018 British comedy film about a lesbian couple. Stars Lucy Punch, Faye Marsay, David Tennant, Gemma Jones, David Warner and others.

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You, Me And Him. Image shows from L to R: John (David Tennant), Alex Jones (Faye Marsay), Olivia Miller (Lucy Punch).

You, Me And Him

Lesbian rom-com about a lawyer and her wild girlfriend

Genre
Film
Released
2018
Starring
Lucy Punch, Faye Marsay, David Tennant, Gemma Jones, David Warner, Nina Sosanya, Simon Bird, Sally Phillips and others
Writer
Daisy Aitkens
Director
Daisy Aitkens
Producers
Phin Glynn, Harriet Hammond, Georgia Tennant, Charlie Wood, Norman Merry, Phil Hunt, Peter Hampden, Jason Moring, Alan Latham, Compton Ross and others

Witty romantic comedy set in middle class England about two female lovers, one a career driven lawyer and the other a fun loving, pot smoking layabout, and their annoying Casanova neighbour.

Having put her life on hold to develop her professional career, Olivia Miller has now found true love. Her partner may be younger and significantly less 'together' than she is, but a leaving do at her office makes her realise that Alex is the woman she wants a child with - and now.

Alex, however, is far less ready. Happy to be settled with a partner, she's not yet at the stage in her life where she feels able to commit to the responsibility of parenthood. So it comes as quite the shock when Olivia announces she's taken matters into her own hands and begun a course of insemination attempts.

After a heavy argument at the divorce party of their cheery but unrefined and misogynistic next-door neighbour John, Alex is horrified to wake up in his bed. But there's a bigger shock to come when both women find themselves pregnant.

Conflicts rise and fall, causing each of them to re-examine their outlook on life and their relationship. And it opens up a whole new side of John, who's immediately delighted and smitten at the idea of being a father; but the role of the 'other man' in a lesbian relationship is not one that is going to be easy, and for all three of them, there's set to be yet more surprise, heartbreak and romance along the way.

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