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About the Movie

Diana (Glenn Close) is a legendary superstar who's attracted to Alec (Jesse Bradford, Swimfan), a struggling young actor who lives in the same building as her daughter Isabel (Elizabeth Banks, Spider-Man 2), a self-absorbed photographer who's about to marry Jonathan (James Marsden, The Notebook), atemperamental attorney who's trying to avoid Peter (John Light, TV's "Band of Brothers"), a Britishjournalist assigned to interview his famous lover's ex-flames. These five very different people meet, connect and resolve their relationships in this "wonderfully-acted, intelligently-written and directed drama. One of the best films of the season" (Jeffrey Lyons, NBC)!

Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews


  • Reviews Counted: 103
  • Fresh: 66
  • Rotten: 37
  • Average Rating: 6.3/10

Top Critics' Reviews

Rotten: These are not people me and you and everyone we know know -- these are 'short version' people, characters who comfort each other by quoting Shakespeare. – Allison Benedikt, Chicago Tribune, Jun 24, 2010

Fresh: All very inside a particular stratum of New York, and that can be annoying for the majority of us on the outside. But this very insularity is responsible for the perversely fascinating ways the characters' lives intersect. – Ruthe Stein, San Francisco Chronicle, Jun 24, 2010

Fresh: A week after seeing this multi-character Manhattan roundelay, you may barely remember its small, not particularly original ironies. Yet it's wholly alive while it's up there on the screen, in a way few movies are anymore. – Ty Burr, Boston Globe, Jun 24, 2010

Fresh: 'We don't know how to be people of passion,' [Glenn Close] exclaims to a collection of rapt acting students, early in the film. She might as well be admonishing the movie's cast. – Desson Thomson, Washington Post, Jun 24, 2010

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