Judith is a lonely and frazzled social worker who can't resist the urge to interfere in her son Marty's life. When Marty hires his free-spirited friend to cheer up his mother, it soon turns into a serious romance that no one saw coming.
Convinced that his over bearing, lonely mother in New York is the source of all the stress in his life, young LA advertising exec Marty bribes his broke, nomad college friend Rawl, to go to New York and befriend her. Trouble ensues when Rawl ends up falling in love with her.
Max Heller is a talented wizard who managed to do a impeccably well produced and photographed film with a budget of 200,000. It is not only one of its amazing achievements. The casting is excellent, with outstanding performances by Rossana Arquette --finally back after the damage Harvey Weinstein inflicted on her career-- and Jay Devore. Originally written by Heller, it is a sophisticated and frantic romantic comedy shot in New York and Los Angeles. Refreshing and fun!
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