It seemed real, understated, and "soulful," as Zoe Cassavetes likes to say about her film.
It actually reminded me a lot of the movie, "' Til There Was You," where we see another seemingly desirable and attractive woman unable to find love, and clueless as to why that is the case.
To me, and to anyone who has had a similar experience, the movie holds great weight.
I also was partial to the film's soundtrack, which features a great song by Soundtrack and Scratch Massive.
Her friend Audrey (Sopranos' Drea de Metteo) is five years into a seemingly perfect but actually crumbling marriage. Is her job as a trouble-shooter and event organizer for a hip new downtown New York hotel glamorous, or a dead-end bore?