"I didn't want the '70s to end!" exclaims one of the women who make Sharon Pollack's romantic comedy-drama go 'round. For some, apparently, they never did: Rarely has a new film felt so dated. Six thirtysomething gay women and their one straight friend gather at
the family house of Katie (Stacey Nelkin): She and her longtime partner Victoria (Monica Bell) are the proud parents of a new baby boy. All the women have long, often tumultuous histories with one another -- friends since college, it seems each, at one point or another, has slept with the other --
and it isn't long before some old flames are rekindled, while others are extinguished. The obvious comparison i...