Beautiful. I actually liked this one more than the first one. A sequel that really finishes and rounds off the relationship that brings Malcolm
and Owen home. It is also not without it's very British humour which had me laughing hysterically in parts.
I really liked that this sequel dealt with the period when the honeymoon period is over and the faults start letting themselves show. It is at this point that makes or breaks a relationship. The stage where any couple has to ask themselves can we love the faults as much as the good points. If the answer is yes then it can work. I felt for Owen seeing how it was so obvious the Malcolm's job was the thing that was destroying him and putting a strain on their relationship. Owen remains a pillar of strength but more than this he is the one that has both feet firmly planted on he ground and is the understanding one in this duo. Malcolm loves Owen intensely but as we learn all his insecurities coming from childhood makes him a control freak and has a fear of being poor and the fat kid.
This is a sweet story of a new couple finding themselves and preparing the ground for a long lasting and loving life together.