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Drama - Completed 2010

Pregnant and abandoned, Meena has five days to find a solution to her abortion dilemma.
Hope has presented itself, in the form of a student, completely and utterly besotted with her. But can she accept the price?

    • Year of production
    • 2010
    • Genres
    • Drama
    • Countries
    • Languages
    • Duration
    • 89 mn
    • Director(s)
    • Irene MAFFEI
    • Writer(s)
    • Andrew NICHOLAS, Eliot WEBSTER
    • Producer(s)
    • Eliot WEBSTER (Xylomancy Films)
    • Synopsis
    • Against all Meena’s instincts, an abortion has been booked for her. She therefore decides to flee her home and oppressive boyfriend, heading for her one remaining option: to visit a younger, obedient admirer, a student named Paul. So she stays with him, waits out the week before the abortion, hopes to find his feelings for her have not subsided; hopes that he’s chivalrous enough to provide her with a solution to keeping the baby.
      It’s obvious he still loves her, but it’s embarrassing. It brings home to Meena a sudden desperation: she cannot force herself to love him. She will have to go through with the abortion.
      Yet at her darkest moment, a new opportunity presents itself: Paul’s housemate, Dan. The attraction is reciprocal; he cherishes and woos her. Secretly she starts to believe she can prevent the abortion. The fear of his rejection is too much for her to contemplate and so she devises a situation, plans to surprise him: pretend the baby she already carries is his; she can escape the trauma of the abortion and keep the baby.
      However, it doesn’t take Paul long to work out her plan and her pleads for his co-operation lead him towards a dilemma all of his own.