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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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