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Nelson is a man devoted to his advertising career in San Francisco. One day, while taking a driving test at the DMV, he meets Sara. She is very different from the other women in his life. Nelson causes her to miss out on taking the test and later that day she tracks him down. One thing leads to another and Nelson ends up living with her through a November that will change his life forever. Written by
The footage of the radio-controlled submarine under the water was taken from The Hunt for Red October (1990). The first scene of the sub shows a Soviet Alpha class attack submarine captained by a former student of the Red October's skipper (Sean Connery) and now hunting Red October with orders to destroy it, while the second scene is of the USS Dallas. See more »
During the Boat Race, the radio-controlled submarine that is put into the water has no fair-water planes (the big ones on the coning tower) yet when they show it under water during one shot it has them. See more »
Keanu Reeves is what every man dreams of being: successful, good-looking, in good health, in shape, with money, with a good job, with a nice apartment. This movie then tries to make viewers believe--as ridiculous as this may sound--that this is not enough. That Reeves' character is somehow not only NOT what he seems to be (a successful man) but that he is somehow lonely. Dissatisfied. That he suffers from the pathology of being too "normal."
This stable guy is just so sick of his good job and good life (boohoo, he's so normal and boring) that, when he meets some weirdo chick whose life is completely out of control and who offers him random sex (for personal, heart-tugging reasons we are to discover later), he gets sucked into her world. And what a world it is!
Chaos, instability, insanity, sexual deviants, homosexuals, cross dressers (who can also run successful companies too, didn't you know), and eventually they just, you know, like...touch his heart and make him a not so uptight guy, but an enlightened '90s skirtboy; the kind of superior man who has dinner with his insane girlfriend and her pervert neighbours and doesn't even bat an eyelash at the freakishness surrounding him.
Without meaning to give away the plot, the reason for the woman offering him random sex is a clever plot device to make the mentally ill liberal world she represents immune to reproach. It tricks gullible viewers into feeling that putting down sick left-wing extremist liberal TRASH makes the viewer himself morally suspect. Nice touch.
This movie is a pathetic piece of turd scrap. Cultural Marxist propaganda of the most revolting sort.
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