Scottish writer-director David Kane (THIS YEAR'S LOVE) directs his sophomore effort, BORN ROMANTIC, a bittersweet comedic ensemble-piece about London lonelyhearts struggling with the quest for love. Jimmy (Adrian Lester) is a Brixton cab driver, who, along with a pair of nameless co-workers, (John Thomson and Ian Hart) offers philosophical musings and observations on love while ferrying a group of confused singles to and from a popular salsa club. Frankie (Craig Ferguson) is a Dean Martin wannabe looking to escape the sloping flat he shares with his angry ex-wife, while Eddie, a dimwitted thief, stumbles on the club when trying to outrun the police. Both men find themselves returning after meeting Eleanor (Olivia Williams), a cold, brutally blunt art historian to whom Frankie is drawn, and Jocelyn (Catherine McCormack), a nerdy, death-obsessed grave tender, who catches Eddie's fancy. Meanwhile, Fergus (David Morrissey) a failed rock & roller, begins a search for his long-lost love, Mo (Jane Horrocks), armed only with a list of her "likes"--Bloody Marys, rollerskating, and the British Museum--to help track her down. Featuring a uniformly strong cast, Kane's film is a comedy that truthfully examines urban loneliness and the difficulties of finding and keeping love.