It takes a really good friend to sit through another friend's home movies, especially when the viewer doesn't know any of the people involved. Henry Jaglom wrote, produced, directed, starred, and even did the sound editing for this, which was probably five too many tasks. Patrice Townsend
and Jaglom were married at one time in real life, and this is the story of their divorce and still-burning love. He's at home and she shows up to sign the divorce decree in a civilized fashion. He persuades her to stay, hoping against hope that they can reconcile. What follows is a talkathon,
mostly personal, and mostly boring to anyone else. So that it wouldn't resemble a male-fe...