A piano player goes back to his old hometown to see his old friends from high school. Three work in the lawnscaping business as snow plow drivers and another works as a manager in a factory while another runs a local bar. They gather and talk about the women in their lives, maturity, and dealing with life and careers.
One man is having an affair with his ex-girlfriend from high school while he's still married to another woman. Another man is obsessed with trying to get his ex-girlfriend back, and the piano player is facing somewhat of a dilemma when the next door neighbor who is 13 year old and falls for him.
that shoud say.... facing somewhat of a dilemma when he starts to fall for the next door neighbor who is 13 year old Maybe my interpretation of the movie is incorrect
I personally really like this movie primarily because it's easy to relate yourself to the guy having somewhat of a personal crisis. Add to the mix the next door neighbours daughter (Natalie Portman ) who catches his eye, and it is easy to become engrossed in this one
This is not the usual Hollywood melodrama, it actuals reflects reality and the story is entirely plausible I think I could have Directed at better ending though
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