1hr 40mins
Dir: David Cohen
Starring: Peter Firth and Lysette Anthony

A modern-day lothario enjoys relationships with several different women, but is still bemused by the mysteries of the opposite sex

Part relationship drama and part sex comedy, this film includes an opening scene shot outside London St Pancras station with its imposing frontage forming the backdrop as always.

When the Midland Railway arrived into London with its ‘southern extension’ in 1868 it had a point to prove. The upstarts from Derby needed to make their presence felt and St. Pancras was the result. Enough said.
The ornate ironwork proudly honours the Roman martyr who gave his name to the district, its just a pity about that modern day sign