Returning from a business trip abroad, Jane (Bernadette Peters) has a dizzy spell while at home. As her condition does not improve, she consults a doctor who finds that she is very ill and ... See full summary »
Mary Tyler Moore,
Eleanor lives with the artist Stash. Just like his artist friends, he is completely unknown but is waiting for the big break. Stash is mean to her and finally she leaves him. Ironically, ... See full summary »
Adam Coleman Howard,
Unhappy in her marriage, Debra invites Michelle over for wine and advice. Soon, a comedy of misunderstandings ensues until true motives and feelings are brought to the surface. Is living a lie really living?
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Our two young lovers meet on a series of snowy days in high school. Years later they reconnect in Manhattan, but life is more complicated. Sarah sleeps with her beeper. James goes to "open-mike therapy". As Sarah plans her wedding to someone else, James prays for snow and a second chance at first love. Written by
Ran across this movie late at night on HBO, and what a SURPRISE it turned out to be. Kipp Marcus in the lead role plays a great insecure, bumbling teen assaulted by life's mysteries suddenly discovers that he's let whats most important slip away. Bernadette Peters is great as the off beat mom.
Got a little convuluted and corny near the end, but the good feeling overall more than compensates for that. After discovering that Kipp also wrote this and another Marcus directed -- this is a great first effort, and a relief. We could use more comedies like this one. I hope to see more from this family writer/director team.
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