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While driving on a remote highway, a man is torn between choosing to reunite with his estranged wife or taking up with his lovers

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Vincent Eastman has to choose between his wife of 16 years, Sally, and his new love, Olivia. Frequent flashbacks explain the background to the marriage and the affair. Written by Rob Hartill

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Make every move as if it were your last.

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Rated R for some language and sexuality | See all certifications »

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21 January 1994 (USA)  »

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The Things of Life  »

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$45,000,000 (estimated)

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$20,928,892
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Although the location of the story is not specified, the filming locations were in Canada. There are numerous references to Canada throughout the movie. As Richard Gere is driving to the museum there is a billboard that reads 200 meters to the cafe. Canada follows the metric system. Another instance is a Canadian flag is displayed outside the shop when Richard Gere's character runs into the "red head" little girl with the pastries. A nice touch or connection to the region of filming, Richard Gere's character designed a museum honoring the natives of the region. See more »

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The letter Vincent wrote to Olivia in his car is in different handwriting than the one shown later near the end of the film. See more »

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Vincent Eastman: We weren't a family. We were a corporation. With a kid.
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Sonata in G Minor - First Movement
By Johann Sebastian Bach (as J.S. Bach)
Performed by Irena Grafenauer, Maria Graf & David Geringas
Courtesy of Philips Classics
By Arrangement with PolyGram Special Markets
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I liked it alot !!
24 May 1999 | by See all my reviews

This is a good movie. Although I must admit sometimes it's a bit slow. I've seen it at least twice, and both times it mediated a special feeling that moved me.

The five main reasons why I liked this movie, are (not listed in any particular order):

1. Richard Gere - He doesn't give a great performance, but hey ! It's Richard Gere, and I really like him.

2. Sharon Stone - On the other hand gives a great performance. I've never seen her this good.

3. James Newton Howards fantastic score. The music over the final scenes and the ending credits is so beautiful and emotional, that it can make me cry everytime that I listen to it. The score enhances and puts an emphasis on the developments in the movie in an extraordinary way.

4. The script - Although it's not that tight, it's still well written, with likeable characters and a good message.

5. The feeling that this movie mediates, through the above mentioned reason, and lots more.

In conclusion: I recommend this film. It will probably not be the best movie you've ever seen, but well worth your time. And as I said, it has a good message.


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