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Older Children
A group of twenty somethings, all from the same wealthy Chicago suburb, linger in the city years after graduating from college. Andy has lost her job at the museum and Henry has dropped out of graduate school. Eddie still lives at home and works at a used bookstore, and Walter is back from L.A. to visit friends and family (but instead holes up in his hotel room, and at his ex-girlfriend's). James, Elizabeth, Lydia, and Sophie are all getting married. Privileged, over-educated, and indecisive, they stumble slowly - and not so surely - towards adulthood. (c) Official Site

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"The movie is perfectly watchable, professionally filmed and acted, and not particularly compelling."
‑ Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times
"[Writer-director Duncan Riddell] makes some solid observations."
‑ Ben Sachs, Chicago Reader
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