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Rated NR · 83 minutes · 2010
This believably unhappy romantic comedy, about a 20-something couple falling apart, may mark the filmmaking debut of Chicagoan Dean Peterson, but it offers sharper dialogue and better performances than many a big studio rom-com. Susan Burke and Stephen Gurewitz ring true as the troubled couple, a successful law student and her disorganized artist boyfriend whose differences are sabotaging their life together. Also good are Alex Karpovsky as the oily seducer-next-door, Amy Seimetz and Alex Rennie as the couple's "helpful" best friends, and Ron Lynch and Darlene Westgor as Burke's dissatisfied parents. The movie should be funnier, but its last leave-taking scene is a beauty.


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Director: Dean Peterson
Producer: Dean Peterson, James Flynn, Britni West and Todd Sklar
Cast: Susan Burke, Stephen Gurewitz, Alex Karpovsky, Amy Seimetz, Alex Rennie, Ron Lynch and Bob Byington

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