See You in September is an original romantic comedy set in current day Manhattan. The film centers around Lindsay, a beautiful woman who seemingly has it all, but is deeply afraid of ... See full summary »
See You in September is an original romantic comedy set in current day Manhattan. The film centers around Lindsay, a beautiful woman who seemingly has it all, but is deeply afraid of commitment. When she finds out that her therapist takes a vacation for the entire month of August she feels shocked and abandoned. Instead of taking this news lying down, Lindsay enlists the help of her acerbic best friend Monica to come up with a solution. With the assistance of "Craig's List", Lindsay puts together a group therapy session for all Manhattanites who are in need of therapy, but more importantly angry at their therapists for abandoning them. Written by
Thanks for this comedy, I haven't laugh like this in a while watching a movie. This movie is "vaudevilesque"! Funny, crazy, amazing!!!! Well of course you might not take it well if you're going through therapy, but from the outside it's just great! Just stop taking everything seriously and you'll really enjoy the craziness of the movie. So like I said th movie is about a woman going through therapy, vacations arrive, and there the drama begins "what am i going to do without my shrink until September???", anxiety rises and the movie begins...Unlike other movie taking the subject so seriously, for once it gives us the possibility to laugh about human condition, in a time where everything is so politically correct! Just let loose!!! Hope you don't miss another good movie because of the critics... So take a journey through love, humans, intelligence, craziness and just enjoy the ride! It's a way of dedramatizing psychology and telling people we all are out of minds sometimes, look if we stop running and being so self centered, living life at light speed, going home to empty homes after days of work, we can get back with human beings around us and just being together heels us...
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