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On their 16. anniversary, during a shopping stroll, the lawyer Nick Fifer confesses his wife Deborah some affairs. She goes wild and insists on a divorce. After they agreed to the dividing up of their belongings, Deborah confesses having an affair, too. Now he gets very upset and wants the divorce for his part, but the last word is not spoken yet.Written by
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This movie was great, and to an earlier comment, the movie wasn't filmed in California, it was filmed in Stamford Connecticut. DUH. The movie made my sides split. What is the matter with you people? Woodie Alan is so funny in this! I am in an acting class in Palm Beach Atlantic University, and going by what my teacher has said, they did an awesome acting job, and I thought that the movie as a whole was hilarious. Some people are so caught up in critiquing movies that they don't know how to enjoy movies anymore, just for the pure enjoyment. Maybe it's just my personal judgement but this movie rocked my socks and made me wanna pee in my pants. Too bad no one else could see this.
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