Ann Bishop Mullany lives in Baton Rouge. She is unhappily married to John, a successful lawyer, and they live in a comfortable home. Ann has a personal complaint about intimacy she expresses to her sister: she has never experienced an orgasm. She is in therapy. Graham Dalton is an old close college friend of John. He is now a seeming drifter with some money saved up. Nine years after college Graham returns to visit and perhaps live in Baton Rouge. Graham arrives at John's to meet Ann. Later she learns that John has invited Graham to stay with them until he finds an apartment. When John arrives home, Graham's demeanor becomes remarkably more guarded, due in large part to John's subtle disapproval of Graham's bohemian persona. The men discuss the fact that Graham's college girlfriend, Elizabeth, is still living in Baton Rouge. Read more on Wikipedia.
|Produced By:||Nick Wechsler, Robert F. Newmyer, Morgan Mason, John Hardy, Nancy Tenenbaum|
|Directed By:||Steven Soderbergh|
|Written By:||Steven Soderbergh|
|Cast:||David Foil, Alexandra Root, Ron Vawter, Laura San Giacomo, Andie MacDowell, Earl T. Taylor, Steven Brill, James Spader, Peter Gallagher|
|In Theaters:||Sep 22, 1989|
|Runtime:||1 hour 40 minutes|
|Production:||Outlaw Productions (I), Virgin|