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Fran likes to think about dying. When she makes a guy in the office laugh, he wants more - a movie date, a slice of pie, a conversation. But if dating him means learning to live, she's pretty sure she can't do that.
It slightly reminded me of Hitchcock's Rear Window. On one hand, it summarizes life pretty well, one minute you're having crazy wild sex not caring if the whole world is watching and then you blink and voilá, have kids, a house to pay, and your life becames monotonous and boring and it seems you're just waiting for death to arrive. On the other hand, you may seem you have it all, either kids, husband, house or parties, boyfriend and a house) but there's always something missing as nothing can be perfect in this world. I really enjoyed it. the story is good and well written and the cast have very good performances! Congratulations to Curry for yet another Oscar nomination and I recommend you go see it!
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