There’s No Recipe For Love in ‘Relative Happiness’

Plus–sized and 30 years old, LEXIE IVY is a feisty bed & breakfast owner who desperately needs a date to her sister’s wedding. In small town Nova Scotia, that’s no easy task, especially when the most eligible bachelor is JOSS, the rough handyman fixing her roof. When ADRIAN, a handsome and charming guest, arrives and seems to take an interest in Lexie, she thinks all her problems are solved.

But she misreads the situation and is soon reeling, believing her romantic dream has slipped away, maybe forever. Lexie then needs to open her heart and eyes to see that love may be a lot closer than she thought. RELATIVE HAPPINESS is a romantic comedy, every bit as feisty as Lexie herself, starring Australian actress, MELISSA BERGLAND, in a breakout role, based on the best-selling novel by Lesley Crewe.


Directed by Deanne Foley, starring Melissa Bergland, Aaron Poole, and Johnathan Sousa. “Relative Happines” opens in Philippine cinemas December 9, locally distributed by Solar Pictures.

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