With its sex-free plot and nice-girls-finish-first morals, despite the fact that the main protagonists in this love tale are barely over 18, this Sky Movies film is clearly intended at a far younger demographic. Sure, the plot is as clichéd as Cracker Jack, with nice blond normcore child Finley (Rose Reid), an aspiring violinist, arriving in rural Ireland for a semester abroad and falling in love with non-threateningly baby-faced movie star Beckett (Jedidiah Goodacre).
However, the filmmakers have gone to great lengths to spruce it up with a few modern touches. Beckett, for example, is in Ireland to work on a Game of Thrones-style fantasy film series (he, like all the other American characters, has a last name for a first name). Meanwhile, Finley, who has been forced to socialize with a local elder by her Irish Studies instructor, reads the Twilight novels to her assigned crotchety old biddy Cathleen (Vanessa Redgrave, no less). Both allusions allow the film to allude to previous romantic works that this audience enjoys while also making light of them. IMDB