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Marjorie Turner is suffocating. Her younger sister Jeanine has no ambition, and her eight year marriage to Harry puts her in constant competition with his family (all doctors), of whom he is also competing for the affections. One day, she snaps while food shopping, and beds a mysterious man, who dies during the moment of passion. When she forgets her wallet, a vertical-blinds salesman finds it, and things get complicated from there.Written by
Allison L. Venezio <YankeeSNL01@aol.com>
Scott Bakula and Kirstie Alley are veterans of the Star Trek franchise. Bakula played Captain Jonathan Archer on Star Trek: Enterprise (2001), and Alley played Lieutenant Saavik in Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan (1982). Carrie Fisher played Princess Leia in Star Wars Episodes IV, V, VI, VII, and VIII; and Bill Pullman parodied the role of Han Solo in Spaceballs (1987). See more »
In scene only shown on cable (right before Harry tells Marjorie he thinks his brother didn't commit suicide) where Nick shows up at the Turners' house. He and Marjorie talk about how guilty they feel, even though it was neither persons' fault. Then Marjorie explains that she doesn't want to leave her husband because she is affraid of being alone. See more »
If you like Kirstie Ally you will enjoy this movie. You wont go away any smarter than you were before, but that isn't what I watch movies for. It is about a repressed wife (Kirstie) of a doctor who is more married to his family than to her. Her irrepressible sister (Jamie Gurtz) convinces her that she should have an affair to spice up her life. When she follows that advice it sets off a chain of events that, if you have any sense of humor at all, will bring on the chuckles. I would recommend this picture to anyone wanting to fill in an hour and a half with some light and uncomplicated entertainment. 6/10 would be about right for the genre.
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