In true British tradition, this is elevated to the status of pleasant diversion thanks to its comic supporting cast. That isn’t to dismiss the impressive British accent showcased by New Jersey girl Piper Perabo as Rachel, a newly married woman whose matrimonial bliss is upset by her attraction to a female florist (Lena Headey). Anthony Head is delightfully daft as Rachel’s dad, while Rachel’s husband is played by Matthew Goode, something of a specialist in agreeable cuckolds considering this and Woody Allen’s Match Point. Witty and
charming in the worst of situations, Goode makes losing your wife to the florist seem as painful as losing at tennis.