An alluring Irish banker who is terminally ill must race against time to convince her ex-boyfriend and American baseball star that her 10-year-old daughter is his.
Word it so the illness discovery becomes the inciting event – After being told she has six months to live…
On logic, I’m not sure about the legalities, but isn’t there a DNA test they can do to determine these things? And seeing as these are extreme circumstances, wouldn’t there be a legal obligation to do the test?
In what sexist world is a terminally ill woman “alluring”? What illness makes a woman nearing her deathbed, look, according to Oxford, “mysteriously attractive; seductive”? And to whom? Closet necrophiliacs?
Please, try to dignify a woman facing death with some words conveying the strength and depth of her character …
Why? So she convinces him, then what? What is her end-of-life, end game, her ultimate objective? Isn’t it to get the guy to adopt her?
These days it’s relatively easy to establish paternity by a DNA test. Even if he refuses to submit to a DNA test, she can covertly obtain a DNA sample by, say, saliva on a cup or bottle the guy discards. Cops do it all the time. And being a banker, isn’t she rich enough to be able to hire a PI to do just that?