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About the Movie
In this comic exploration of modern relationships, Henry Jaglom plays Drew, a frazzled, recently divorced Californian who moves to New York on New Year's Eve, only to discover that his new apartment is still occupied by its previous tenants - three young women - one of whom, Lucy, is in the midst of a life crisis of her own. For all concerned, in fact, it turns out to be Time To Move On.
I usually enjoy ensemble cast movies about a bunch of quirky people, but this movie is full of creepy, creepy men making creepy moves on stupid women.
80's art film?
remember how the 80's sucked from an entertainment standpoint?
Well this movie will remind you.
It was fun seeing a 20 year old david Duchovny, but it's only a supporting role.
House of D is a much better alternative if you're looking for Duchovney works.
One of the first Jaglom films that I ever saw. It’s an absolute delight. Highly recommended.