R | | Drama, Romance
A middle-aged couple, on the verge of proceeding with a divorce, find themselves questioning their decision to separate when fellow friends and neighbors, oblivious to their marital ... See full summary »
Shelley Winters had a part in this motion picture. In the spring of 1984 she filmed a few scenes, but at she had disagreement, threw a tantrum and left the set. Her agent pleaded with her to go back and resume her role, but she refused and her character was replaced. She does not appear in the final film.
Life is like a stone: you rub it, you rub it. You go over these questions over and over. You rub and then you rub and then *just* when you think you're getting *this* much, you die!
The credits play over authentic home movie footage of Jaglom's own wedding. There are only two credits to open the film: the title and "A Film by Henry Jaglom".
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