And Then Came Love

Synopsis: Julie, a successful magazine columnist, opens Pandora's Box and seeks out the anonymous sperm donor who fathered her young son.
Genre: Comedy, Romance
Director(s): Richard Schenkman
Production: Fox Meadow Films
Rotten Tomatoes:
90 min

for Metropolitan Magazine...

...taking a fresh look

at modern life decisions twice a week.

-How's my beautiful boy?.

-Oh, he's fine.

I'm taking his training wheels off--

I don't understand how you could leave

that child in school all day long...

...with that very young girl to raise him.

I could never do that, never.

-Although you know I had ambition too.

-Don't start with me, Mom.

She'll be reading excerpts

from her recently published debut book...

...a collection of pieces from her column.

I worked in your school,

I volunteered for the hospital.

But you two girls were always first.

And I was fulfilled.

Your father wouldn't have it any other way.

By the way, the girls in the book group

think you're a widow.

What?. Mom, how could you?.

I'd like to thank, ahem,

Sally and Muffy...

...for the beautiful centerpieces.

Didn't they do a nice job, everyone?.

Well, some of these women are not

as open-minded as I am about your choice.

People talk, you know.

They would not understand...

...why my beautiful, successful daughter

is not married.

I have a boyfriend. Ted.

Huh. Boyfriend at best, not a husband.

Well, that's exactly how I like it.

I don't need a husband, I need a wife.


Julie Davidson.




Hey, Jules. Ah!


-Great to see you.


-Thanks for coming.

-Please, I wouldn't miss it.

-So how's Jake?.


Oh, he is adorable.

Ah. Wow.


Well, he doesn't look anything like you.

-Well, he's got my chin.


You're really onto something, you know.

Donor insemination.

Who needs them, right?.

Well, just for the record,

I did try to find Mr. Right.

You spent the last 20 years

hanging out of a helicopter.

Well, I meant on my days off.


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