Synopsis by Jason Buchanan
An unmarried Montana cowboy living the urban life in London finds his quest to marry the perfect girl unexpectedly complicated in a romantic comedy from first-time feature filmmaker Tyler Ford. Carson Wells may be a cowboy at heart, but these days the Rocky Mountain-state native earns his keep on the foggy streets of London. A hardworking employee at a high-powered beef company, Carson is deeply in love with British lass Lucy; so in love, in fact, that he is prepared to ask for the lovely young woman's hand in marriage. When his heartfelt request is denied by Lucy's stubborn grandfather, who insists that Lucy's older sister, Gemma, should be married before the younger sibling is, Carson sets out on a frantic search to find the single Gemma a suitable mate. As issues in his own personal life begin to surface as a result of his quest and Carson finally discovers what it truly means to be in love, his life begins to take an unexpected turn that will forever change the romantic outlook of the sincere-minded urban cowboy.
American [nationality], Britain, cowboy, fish-out-of-water, grandfather