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I always jump at the chance to see an Adrian Pasdar movie, but this movie was pure crap. So boring and so slow, this story about a woman who's cheating husband leaves her. On the advice of a friend, she picks up and moves to another town where she gets a job as an interior designer. That's when she meets Pasdar, who shares the same experience with his cheating wife. He falls in love with the designer after they hang around together a while as they work on this decorating job. And, she's reluctant to go with it because she's worried that she's too old for him.
The story is stupid. The movie is twice as boring with one slow scene after another and not much going on, said or done. The only plus is the beautiful photography of what I suspect was a Canadian location (they usually always are). I was almost glad that Lifetime TV didn't run yet another movie about a woman who gets raped or killed or kidnapped, or whatever usual misery story they show. But, they alternative was no better. Just some cheesy crap instead.
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