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Drama where man has affair with dead son's girlfriend named after a day of the week (monday?/tuesday?/thursday?)

I think it's a film but it may be T.V? May be British, I'm not sure.

Plot:

A man finds out about the death of his son (I think a drug related death) and he feels very guilty as he never spent much time with him. He goes to visit the place where his son was living and he meets the girlfriend of the dead son. Her name is either Monday/Tuesday/Thursday. They begin an affair.

Later on in the film it's revealed that the girl is actually very young and he didn't know, and also her name isn't actually Mon/tues/thurs/whatever it is. I remember one scene where the girl walks into the kitchen naked to get some food from the fridge and the man says something like 'Thursday you can't go around like that'

If anyone knows what this is I'd be v grateful! thanks
asked Dec 26, 2015 in Name That Movie by hannahbanana (1 point)
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