A lonely doctor, who once occupied an unusual lakeside house, begins exchanging love letters with its former resident, a frustrated architect. They must try to unravel the mystery behind their extraordinary romance before it's too late.
The trumpet-led background music that dominates the trailer is "Corrido", a piece from Luis Bacalov's score for the Spaghetti Western Django (1966). See more »
Around the 1:20:21 mark, when the two are debating in bed, Frank finishes his glass of wine. A minute later this glass is filled again in a wide shot as Frank reaches for it and takes a sip. See more »
Why would anyone have my mother as their maid of honor?
I know, it's like having the Grim Reaper at your CAT scan.
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Very wordy and clever, laughed out loud and found it amuzing
Just saw this movie with my 18 year old son. We both laughed out loud. It is a very verbose script with lots of sardonic humor and dialogue. But we really liked it. Always a fan of Rider and Reeves. They are just my generation and I have a certain affection for their movies. What was surprising is that my teenage son liked it so much. I was a little skeptical taking him to see it because I knew it had mixed reviews. In the end he said he found it entertaining. The whole movie is all about the two charters meeting each other and their interpretation of the wedding. There is no other context or character interaction, but it works. It's an amusing delightful weird unorthodox relationship movie.
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