Sally Kellerman takes a break from her busy commercial career as the voice behind America's salad dressings to star in this aggressively incompetent feature from director Larry Arrick. Kellerman plays M.J., a high-strung documentary filmmaker with a stalled career and
a nasty-looking psychosomatic rash on her hand. M.J. suspects husband Harvey (Ed Begley Jr.) of infidelity, and her fears aren't entirely unfounded: Harvey, a Russian Lit professor deep in a serious midlife crisis, has been dallying with Muriel (Sandra Taylor), a pneumatic grad student who gets
all tingly over the Russian Symbolists. M.J. first turns to a psychiatrist (Tyne Daly), then to an amorous p...