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Little City (1997)

Adam is a painter who works as cab driver and blames his difficulties with women on his former girlfriend Kate who left him for lesbian Anne. As a result he doesn't pay much attention to ... See full summary »

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Adam is a painter who works as cab driver and blames his difficulties with women on his former girlfriend Kate who left him for lesbian Anne. As a result he doesn't pay much attention to his current girlfriend Nina, who leaves him for his best friend Kevin. New girl in town, Rebecca, who works in the same bar as Kevin, turns their lives into even bigger chaos. Written by Anonymous

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When your one and only... isn't the only one!

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Rated R for sexuality and language | See all certifications »
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20 February 1998 (USA)  »

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City of Love  »

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There is an actual restaurant in San Francisco's North Beach named "Little City" that is used as the exterior where Nina works, and the interior of Kate's blind date. See more »

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Adam: People who are tragically ambitious and smart go to New York and people who are just tragically smart come here.
Rebecca: Oh. Well what about people who are just tragically ambitious?
Adam: They go to LA.
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Just Don't Mention Love
Written by Susan Toney
Performed by Susan Toney
Courtesy of Screaming Child Music
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San Francisco, modern singles angst, super acting and directing
31 January 2005 | by See all my reviews

I thoroughly enjoyed the movie for the reasons above. The actors are all very good (which means the director was superb). Annabella Sciorra is a personal favorite of mine as she can tackle the most difficult characters and deals with them with great ease. There is a scene in which the character played by Ms. Sciorra is in a (catholic) church with her boyfriend of the moment. Sciorra tosses off lines with some rather explicit language and makes it seem natural. Later she and the boy friend indulge in some mutual shows of affection in the church and again it seems natural.

The subject of lesbian relationships comes up at various times and once it again it is dealt with very well. If you don't yet love San Francisco you will at the end of the movie. If you don't yet love Annabella Sciorra you will at the end of the movie.


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