Always Say Goodbye
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Always Say Goodbye
Writer-director Joshua Beckett also stars in this romantic comedy, winner at the 1997 Hollywood Film Festival. Self-confident wedding photographer Nick Evans (Beckett) has a domineering Jewish mother, Muriel (Liz Sheridan) and a pregnant sister, Donna (Polly Draper). But womanizing maneuvers are Nick's central preoccupation. Thus, Nick is somewhat taken aback to find himself developing a more lasting interest in clothing-designer Anne Kidwell (Marcia Cross). They begin living together and all is well until Anne begins to question Nick's commitment. At the same time, Nick starts to… More
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"It's sort of a smorgasbord of 90s indie cinema plot points, but the go-for-broke attitude leaves the whole film a stale, mediocre mess."
‑ David Cornelius, DVDTalk.com
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