A feature length documentary exploring Chris's disastrous love life, in which he attempts to interview all his ex-girlfriends to find out why they dumped him. Funded by Film4 and the British Film Institute, the film premiered at Sundance Film Festival where it was nominated for a Grand Jury Prize. It was released theatrically in more than 30 countries around the world. The rights to the story have subsequently been purchased by Universal Pictures who are remaking the film as a scripted comedy feature directed by Jay Roach (Meet the Fockers, Austin Powers).

"Hilarious." The Times  **** 4 stars 

"Charmingly chaotic." The Sun  ***** 5 stars 

"Will make you laugh like nothing since Borat." The Telegraph  **** 4 stars 

"The Super Size Me of dysfunctional relationships." Dallas Observer  **** 4 stars 

"A comedy of humilation and haplessness." Variety

"The funniest British film in years." Shortlist  **** 4 stars 

"Full frontal hilarity... a mix of Borat and Michael Moore." Filmmaker magazine  **** 4 stars

"The date movie of the year." GQ  **** 4 stars 

AWARDS (Selected)

Grand Jury Prize, Sundance Film Festival (nomination)

Peter Sellers Comedy Award, Evening Standard (nomination)

Darklight Independent Spirit Award (Winner)


Director: Chris Waitt

Cast: Chris Waitt, Hilary Waitt, Martyn Waitt, Aleksandra Boyarskaya, Mistress Maisie

Music: Chris Waitt, Beck, Aphex Twin, Black Rebel Motorcycle Club, Jim O' Rourke

Editor: Mark Atkins, Chris Dickens, Henry Trotter

Producers: Mary Burke, Henry Trotter, Mark Herbert, Robin Gutch

Executive Producers: Will Clarke, Peter Carlton, Lizzie Francke, Hugo Heppell

Funded by: Film4, StudioCanal, British Film Institute (as U.K. Film Council), EM Media, Screen Yorkshire

Production Company: Warp Films / Film4

European Distributor: StudioCanal

U.S. Distributor: IFC

World Premiere: Sundance Film Festival