Whoever said life began at 40 was dead right…
A riotous romantic comedy about never-ending motherhood, second chances and growing old disgracefully.
What do you do when:
Mr Could Do Worse dumps you on the very night you think he's going to propose?
Your twenty-something son turns up on your doorstep, with a broken heart and dirty washing in tow?
You find out you're going to be a granny - at 45?
Your son's maybe ex-girlfriend's father starts making wickedly naughty suggestions?
Your ex's new bit of stuff wants to become your new best friend?
Your 70-year-old father is dating someone young enough to be your sister?
You make the same mistakes you made in your twenties two whole decades later?
You can't get the one person you want out of your head?
You grab the vodka and wonder if you're too old for all this crap…
Irina Davydovna is a cleaner. She has no time for politics or even for that matter, people: 'rules and rulers may come and go, but dirt never changes.' Boris Aleksandrovich is a revolutionary. He t...