This little gem of a movie, which often turns up at Gay Film festivals, deserves a much higher profile and a more widespread dvd release, currently only available as a region 1 film, so make sure you have a multi-region set-up before purchase. Set in a beautifully shot London, it stars Brittany Murphy as a latter-day Audrey Hepburn type, unfortunate in love but more anxious to sort out all her friends lives than taking a good look at her own. Blind then, when true love comes knocking and through a modern comedy of errors, tries to set up her gay flatmate with a new man in town she meets at Vogue, where she works. Also stars Matthew Rhys [currently in the US drama series Brothers and Sisters] as a gay man in love with love, and a superb turn by Catherine Tate as the eccentric friend to all and sundry, who simply steals every scene she's in. Legendary support too, from Stephanie Beacham. This is an inspired spin on romantic comedy genre, where character's dreams versus reality collide with hilarious results. Its affectionate jibe at modern-day romance and our complicated world of relationships, intelligent slick dialogue, punchy one-liners and the feel-good factor will stay with you days after you've watched it. Highly recommended.