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A young playwright who writes porno novels to overcome a writer's block, lives the fantasies of one of his books, while trying to move with his wife from one apartment into a larger one. Written by
Edgar Soberón Torchia <email@example.com>
I recall seeing "Move" on the Fox Movie Channel (FXM) one time a few years ago . Elliot Gould plays a hack writer of cheap porno novels who is suffering writers block while at the same time he is moving from his old apartment. He also gets a job walking dogs for socialites in NYC. Curiously unmoving and not very funny if I remember correctly. It has never been available on video though so I guess it deserves it's obscure status. Watch The Long Goodbye or Mash for vintage 70's Gould instead.
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