A mourning workaholic's deceased wife comes back to haunt him, but in a benevolent way, trying to get him to change his dreary attorney life into a life where he has a relationship with his children and is happier with himself.
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Workaholic attorney Bob O'Hara (Asner) is devastated when his wife (Hartley) dies suddenly. She returns to "haunt" him, however, (a la "Topper") and her mission is to persuade him to slow down, watch his own health, and renew relationships with his two grown children (Foster and Lang.) Written by
Herman Seifer <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Forget about the plot - of course "ghost" movies can run into formula.
What's amazing about this little film - which I just watched again
after 30 years - is the acting by Hartley, Asner and Bosley. Besides
being genuinely touching (with a very poignant moment regarding end of
life decisions that was ahead of its time), this movie is absolutely
hysterical at times. Hartley never misses a beat, and shows off her
comedic chops brilliantly. But it's the interpersonal relationships,
little quips and asides that make this so enjoyable. It's certainly
better than anything running on network television right now -
especially in regard to strong, intelligent female characters (who
aren't law enforcers shooting people or lawyers).
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