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A successful talent agent enjoys the good life until his wife leaves him. He moves in with his friend and begins an affair with the man's wife. He also gets a new difficult client whose public image must be preserved at any cost.
Story is about a rich woman (Dina Merrill) who finds a new husband (Rod Taylor) which terrifies his son-in-law (Rick Johnson) who's afraid he's going to lose his billion dollar inheritance. Son hires a nefarious nurse (Rebecca Broussard) to harass the mother until she signs over power of attorney to him. Their daughter (Ann Cusack) joins the group to try to sort things out. Set in a strange home built under a lighthouse, Rod Taylor is great as the interloper trying to stay in control while the son-in-law tortures everyone. Cusack is great as the do-good sister, while Broussard does her scenes with a combination of sex and snarkiness. Flick reminds me of those horror stories in Vanity Fair about families who'll do anything to get their parent's money.
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