A dysfunctional family drama to end all dysfunctional family dramas, Tod Williams's adaptation of the John Irving novel A Widow for One Year depends a lot on delayed exposition to explain why a writer of children's books (Jeff Bridges) and his wife (Kim Basinger), who have a four-year-old daughter but have lost their grown son in an accident, are so estranged. The dramatic catalyst is a teenager from the city (Jon Foster) who's hired as the writer's assistant and becomes the wife's lover, and I wish some of Williams's critical view of the family had extended to that character as well. The cast, which also includes Mimi Rogers, is strong, and by the end the story is more satisfying than you might expect. R, 111 min.
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