Jimmie is seeing his single friends get married one by one. He isn’t too worried until his girlfriend Anne catches the bouquet at his friend Marco’s wedding. Suddenly, his wild mustang days are numbered. He finally decides to propose to her, but he sticks his foot in his mouth and botches the proposal. Being insulted by the defeatist proposal, Anne leaves town on an assignment. After she’s gone, he finds out that his recently-deceased grandfather’s will stipulates that he gets nothing of a multi-million dollar fortune unless he’s married by 6:05pm on his 30th birthday: tomorrow! Not being able to find Anne, Jimmie begins backtracking through his past girlfriends to find a wife. —IMDb
Gary Sinyor (born Manchester, England, 1962) is an award-winning film director, producer, and writer. He was raised in a Sephardic Jewish upbringing, before going on to the National Film and Television School. As the co-writer, co-producer, and co-director of Leon the Pig Farmer he shared the FIPRESCI International Critics’ Prize at the 1992 Venice Film Festival, the Chaplin Award for the best first feature from the 1992 Edinburgh International Film Festival, the 1994 Best Newcomer award from the London Critics’ Circle, and the Most Promising Newcomer from the 1994 Evening Standard British Film Awards. He has since attempted to dissociate himself from the Chaplin award, after becoming involved in a dispute between the Edinburgh Festival and the Israeli Embassy.
The 2002 DVD release of Leon the Pig Farmer also included Sinyor’s writing debut The Unkindest Cut, which had been nominated for a BAFTA as Best Short Film in 1989. —Wikipedia