They all spend a day together at the beach, and while most are in the water, Ian and Roz share a quiet moment. The wives are horrified, and leave with the children.
That night, they all eat dinner together, during which Tom gets drunk and takes a walk to clear his head. When Tom returns later, he finds Roz sitting alone in her room, and she tells Tom that she doesn't think that Mary, Hannah, or their granddaughters will ever come back.
They begin a relationship, but when Ian and Tom meet up for lunch, Ian mentions that it is going nowhere and that he'll have to break it off.
One day, Hannah shows up at Ian's work and tells him she is pregnant.
“I can take my grandmother’s advice and sort of ‘least expect’ my way into maybe bumping into the one [of them] — or I can try online dating,” she says.
Online dating is, in fact, the second most popular way couples meet in today’s technologically-mediated world.
Adoration (also known as Adore (North America, UK), and internationally as Two Mothers and Perfect Mothers) is a 2013 Australian-French drama film directed by Anne Fontaine.
The film is based on a novella by British writer Doris Lessing called The Grandmothers.
Had my grandmother found herself single for any reason, the thought of dating would never have crossed her mind. But here’s the rub: Dating is a necessary step to finding the companionship and love that you may want and certainly deserve.
An increasing number of aging boomers and seniors find themselves single because of divorce or the death of a beloved spouse. What’s more, the mere thought of dating can be terrifying.
In New South Wales, childhood friends Roz and Lil and their families live next door to each other.