PG-13 | | Comedy
A frustrated woman's life gets even more frustrating once she gets into an affair with a man who suffers a fatal heart attack after their fling.
The movie was the "first solo-starring vehicle" of Kirstie Alley according to Variety.
It wasn't sex. It was good!
In scene only shown on cable (right before Harry tells Marjorie he thinks his brother didn't commit suicide) where Nick shows up at the Turners' house. He and Marjorie talk about how guilty they feel, even though it was neither persons' fault. Then Marjorie explains that she doesn't want to leave her husband because she is affraid of being alone.