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It all begins with a bored married couple moving to Manhattan, huge happy faces on every box.
In an incredibly funny film about relationships (Director Greg Lombardo describes it as a comedy about our search for connection and the romantic disasters we survive along the way), Scott Cohen finds out painfully that his marriage is in trouble, and things unravel and ravel and unravel again from there. I have a feeling that quite a few quotes will end up here after the film gets a general release.
Paulina Porizkova, as a vixen with an evil grin who seems to enter the fray from all sides, is the big surprise, as she creates a supporting role deserving of an Academy Award nomination.
Also great are John Stamos, Annabeth Gish, and Tara Reid. I want the DVD now! Edit: I've got it!
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