Chance of a Lifetime

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Can a severe back injury bring two lonely people together? Tom (John Ritter) is a respected journalist who makes the serious mistake of becoming involved with a married woman -- the wife of his publisher. Tom's editor, Irene (Katey Sagal), is forced to give him his pink slip, but when Tom sees Irene one day with her car stuck in a ditch, he decides to let bygones be bygones and help push the car back onto the road. Tom manages to do some serious damage to his back in the process, and with no job and no health insurance, he's not sure what to do about it. Irene feels awful about the situation, and makes Tom an offer -- she'll agree to an "in name only" marriage so Tom would be eligible under her insurance benefits. Tom agrees, but what started as a marriage of convenience starts taking a more romantic turn than either of them expected.

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Chance of a Lifetime

Can a severe back injury bring two lonely people together? Tom (John Ritter) is a respected journalist who makes the serious mistake of becoming involved with a married woman -- the wife of his publisher. Tom's editor, Irene (Katey Sagal), is forced to give him his pink slip, but when Tom sees Irene one day with her car stuck in a ditch, he decides to let bygones be bygones and help push the car back onto the road. Tom manages to do some serious damage to his back in the process, and with no job and no health insurance, he's not sure what to do about it. Irene feels awful about the situation, and makes Tom an offer -- she'll agree to an "in name only" marriage so Tom would be eligible under her insurance benefits. Tom agrees, but what started as a marriage of convenience starts taking a more romantic turn than either of them expected.

Chance of a Lifetime

Can a severe back injury bring two lonely people together? Tom (John Ritter) is a respected journalist who makes the serious mistake of becoming involved with a married woman -- the wife of his publisher. Tom's editor, Irene (Katey Sagal), is forced to give him his pink slip, but when Tom sees Irene one day with her car stuck in a ditch, he decides to let bygones be bygones and help push the car back onto the road. Tom manages to do some serious damage to his back in the process, and with no job and no health insurance, he's not sure what to do about it. Irene feels awful about the situation, and makes Tom an offer -- she'll agree to an "in name only" marriage so Tom would be eligible under her insurance benefits. Tom agrees, but what started as a marriage of convenience starts taking a more romantic turn than either of them expected.

Chance of a Lifetime

Can a severe back injury bring two lonely people together? Tom (John Ritter) is a respected journalist who makes the serious mistake of becoming involved with a married woman -- the wife of his publisher. Tom's editor, Irene (Katey Sagal), is forced to give him his pink slip, but when Tom sees Irene one day with her car stuck in a ditch, he decides to let bygones be bygones and help push the car back onto the road. Tom manages to do some serious damage to his back in the process, and with no job and no health insurance, he's not sure what to do about it. Irene feels awful about the situation, and makes Tom an offer -- she'll agree to an "in name only" marriage so Tom would be eligible under her insurance benefits. Tom agrees, but what started as a marriage of convenience starts taking a more romantic turn than either of them expected.

Chance of a Lifetime

Can a severe back injury bring two lonely people together? Tom (John Ritter) is a respected journalist who makes the serious mistake of becoming involved with a married woman -- the wife of his publisher. Tom's editor, Irene (Katey Sagal), is forced to give him his pink slip, but when Tom sees Irene one day with her car stuck in a ditch, he decides to let bygones be bygones and help push the car back onto the road. Tom manages to do some serious damage to his back in the process, and with no job and no health insurance, he's not sure what to do about it. Irene feels awful about the situation, and makes Tom an offer -- she'll agree to an "in name only" marriage so Tom would be eligible under her insurance benefits. Tom agrees, but what started as a marriage of convenience starts taking a more romantic turn than either of them expected.

Chance of a Lifetime

Can a severe back injury bring two lonely people together? Tom (John Ritter) is a respected journalist who makes the serious mistake of becoming involved with a married woman -- the wife of his publisher. Tom's editor, Irene (Katey Sagal), is forced to give him his pink slip, but when Tom sees Irene one day with her car stuck in a ditch, he decides to let bygones be bygones and help push the car back onto the road. Tom manages to do some serious damage to his back in the process, and with no job and no health insurance, he's not sure what to do about it. Irene feels awful about the situation, and makes Tom an offer -- she'll agree to an "in name only" marriage so Tom would be eligible under her insurance benefits. Tom agrees, but what started as a marriage of convenience starts taking a more romantic turn than either of them expected.

Chance of a Lifetime

In the 1970s, George Chance developed an obsession that led him to become the most accomplished photographer of the New Zealand falcon. He dreamed of capturing his beloved falcons as moving images but, restricted by the cost of film equipment, he reluctantly gave up. Now, thirty years later, the time has come to reawaken George's dream. At the age of 88 and going blind, George is approached by a film-maker from Scotland, looking to make a film on the New Zealand falcon. Sandy Crichton decides to add movement to George's amazing photographs. The film follows a remarkable wild population of falcons that have adapted to a man-made habitat, featuring completely new falcon behaviour and filmed over three breeding seasons.

Chance of a Lifetime

In the 1970s, George Chance developed an obsession that led him to become the most accomplished photographer of the New Zealand falcon. He dreamed of capturing his beloved falcons as moving images but, restricted by the cost of film equipment, he reluctantly gave up. Now, thirty years later, the time has come to reawaken George's dream. At the age of 88 and going blind, George is approached by a film-maker from Scotland, looking to make a film on the New Zealand falcon. Sandy Crichton decides to add movement to George's amazing photographs. The film follows a remarkable wild population of falcons that have adapted to a man-made habitat, featuring completely new falcon behaviour and filmed over three breeding seasons.

Chance of a Lifetime

In the 1970s, George Chance developed an obsession that led him to become the most accomplished photographer of the New Zealand falcon. He dreamed of capturing his beloved falcons as moving images but, restricted by the cost of film equipment, he reluctantly gave up. Now, thirty years later, the time has come to reawaken George's dream. At the age of 88 and going blind, George is approached by a film-maker from Scotland, looking to make a film on the New Zealand falcon. Sandy Crichton decides to add movement to George's amazing photographs. The film follows a remarkable wild population of falcons that have adapted to a man-made habitat, featuring completely new falcon behaviour and filmed over three breeding seasons.

Chance of a Lifetime

In the 1970s, George Chance developed an obsession that led him to become the most accomplished photographer of the New Zealand falcon. He dreamed of capturing his beloved falcons as moving images but, restricted by the cost of film equipment, he reluctantly gave up. Now, thirty years later, the time has come to reawaken George's dream. At the age of 88 and going blind, George is approached by a film-maker from Scotland, looking to make a film on the New Zealand falcon. Sandy Crichton decides to add movement to George's amazing photographs. The film follows a remarkable wild population of falcons that have adapted to a man-made habitat, featuring completely new falcon behaviour and filmed over three breeding seasons.