1hr 40mins
Dir: John Hay
Starring: Jennifer Love Hewitt and Dougray Scott

A faltering husband has an affair with his own wife

This romantic comedy has a quite forgettable final scene when Dougray Scott stops a departing train that he is onboard, simply because ‘he has fallen in love’ (why couldn’t he just call her?). The scene was filmed at Cardiff Central station, with an odd continuity error that shows Jennifer Love Hewitt initially running up to the main entrance of Bristol Temple Meads. None the less there are good views on the platform of Dougray Scott’s train, formed of a pair of Arriva-liveried Class 158 ‘Sprinter’ DMU’s, Nos.158818 and 158820. Earlier in the film, however, there is a very brief glimpse of something a little more unusual. One scene is filmed outside a block of flats on Bristol harbour front and railway lines are visible. Even though it is dark it is possible to just about make out a couple of open mineral wagons lurking amongst the shadows.

JUST visible to the right of Branka Katić are some wagons of the Bristol Harbour Railway
But the tracks of the railway are a lot clearer in this shot
A rare glimpse inside the ticket hall at Cardiff Central station
Yet Jennifer Love Hewitt is running towards the entrance at Bristol Temple Meads
158820 leads in a pair at Cardiff Central’s platform 1
Dougray Scott onboard an absolutely packed Class 158. No surprise there then!! Somehow he manages to get a seat.
As his train pulls out 158818 is on the rear
Dougray Scott leaves the train