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Chance brings two people together in this romantic drama. David (James Brough) is a guy from London who has a one-night stand with a woman from Liverpool. Afterwards, David tries to return something to her; this act of kindness leads to an unpleasant meeting with her boyfriend, a night of heavy drinking, and a mugging that leaves him flat broke and with no way to get home. David ends up at a dog track, hoping a lucky bet will turn his pocket change into fare back to London, and on the advice of a passer-by named Tina (Helen Elizabeth), he picks a dog that wins big. With hours to kill before he can take the train home, David persuades Tina to call in sick to work and show him the town; she agrees, and over the course of the day these two strangers explore Liverpool, and find they have more in common than they imagined. But can their new bond last beyond a single day on the town? Don't Worry About Me was the first theatrical feature from actor turned director David Morrissey. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi