Back to You and Me (2005 TV Movie)
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Dr. Syd has a good practice in the big city but a bad day when her terminal patient finally passes away. Her surgeon boyfriend, who has been sarcastically nick named "Mr. Personality" and "Settle For" by Syd's best friend (Nurse Brenda), takes this opportunity to offer support and destroys it by telling Syd dying is part of life and she'd be a better doctor if she stayed more remote from her patients and, oh, by the way, "can I come over tonight"? He is surprised when she says "not tonight." Brenda tells Syd to get away for a few days and suggests Syd change her mind and go back to her small hometown for her school reunion. Brenda points out that since Syd hasn't been back since her father's funeral, she'll be the star of the reunion as a successful doctor who wears the same size as she did in high school. Since Syd hasn't talked to anyone in that village, not even her mother, in years, Syd is unprepared for the collision between her memories of the past and the truth she finds in the village of today.
A high-school reunion draws back to small town Bloomfield Dr. Syd Ludwick, who left for a city hospital career years ago but isn't happy with her lukewarm colleague-lover there. She grudgingly moves in at the parental home, now a B&B, as there is no other accommodation in town, but still blames ma Helen Ludwick, the town's busybody, for neglecting her dad while dying, which isn't exactly true. Crucially, Sid also meets contractor Gus Martin, her first love, now widower and devoted father of 7-year old angel Jake, who wants to match them, and whose still undiagnosed serious medical condition becomes crucial, while waitress Connie Murray fails to snap up Gus.
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