That writer-director Brian Skeet's unfocused ensemble piece works at all has everything to do with a first-rate performance from surprise Brooke Shields. A summer weekend spent at the lakeside home of Marian (Deborah Kara Unger) and her husband John
(Jared Harris) reopens the barely healed wounds left by the recent death of John's half-brother, Tony (D.B. Sweeney, seen in flashbacks). Tony, a seductive free-spirit who once stole Marian's heart, was also the lover of Lyle (David Conrad), a pretentious young art critic who's made a name for
himself by once again declaring "Art is dead." Unlike Marian, who still clings to her memories of Tony, Lyle has m...