I loved this movie for so many reasons. A musician once said there are only so many variations on the eight note scale, and while we have much more variance in say, art or movies (yeah, yeah they're the same) it's DELIGHTFUL to come across a storyline that is truly new in tale. But not just that, I'm one of those proverbial "ugly ducklings", very blah until I grew up and surprise surprise became easy on the eyes. I cringe when people, women particularly, use the phrase " oh she looks like a REAL woman" to describe anyone who isnt fit and very attractive. However, come ON people, most people DON'T look like tens, and it's getting SOOOO tedious to see everyone in any sitcom or movie cosmetic surguried to the nth degree. Virtually everyone iin this movie looks like....okay I'll say it, REAL PEOPLE. My mind just went "ahhhhhhhhhhhh" How on earth did they get away with a whole cast of normals? A WHOLE CAST! Well enough of that, the acting was good, the twist at the end made me smile and I was rooting for Frances from the first scene. It's a tight well-done little Sci-fi and you first think it's the everyday ungrateful sow of a husband flipping his wife who pays more attention to her work than her appearance over for a younger model. You will be happily surprised. I really LOVE strange unusual love stories, like "The Fog", " Monster's Ball" "Lo" and this is added to my collection. Even the young lab assistant, who is the object of his heart? Frumpy Frances. Well worth a see.