Henry Jaglom continues his self-help-for-lunch-bunch roundtable series with BABYFEVER, a thinly-plotted excuse to solicit women's opinions on the topic of the day--in this case, the biological time bomb. As in EATING, VENICE/VENICE, and NEW YEAR'S DAY, Jaglom mounts a soapbox opera of
improvisations and first-person asides on topics of interest to middle-aged trendies.
Co-written by and starring Victoria Foyt, real-life mother of the director's child, BABYFEVER follows Gena (Foyt), a fortyish career architect whose boyfriend-next-door James (Matt Salinger) may or may not have accidentally impregnated her. At work, her secretary is pregnant and absent-minded,