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His wife Hannah Rebecca Hall still lives in the rustic cabin they shared, spending her days writing a biography of Hunter to secure his immortality. He already has a publisher. Hannah reacts rudely, driving him away. But, as movies go, she eventually succumbs to his charm and hires the egghead academic as a collaborator. The movie, a first-feature effort by Sean Mewshaw, a director of TV commercials, drags on aimlessly while the two mismatched writers argue, fight, lie, cheat, insult each other with sarcasm, and eventually fall reluctantly in love.
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Nothing ever happens, and after an hour and a half, when they finally kiss, Andrew gives up his life in New York, and Hannah resolves to end her grieving, the sincerity fails to register. The two stars have charisma, but not necessarily together.
His bid for romantic comedy grounded in reality instead of farce based on one-liners and Saturday Night Live sketch material is just waiting for the right script. Griffin Dunne, Joe Manganiello, Richard Masur and especially the great Blythe Danner have nothing to do, and come off like dress extras.
Worse still are the attempts to leaven the shocks of the biographical research did the heroic Hunter die accidentally by falling off a cliff, or was it suicide?
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They did not work for bosses, but spectacularly and magnificently, with their own might, grappled with the great world and wrung splendid living from its reluctant hands. Gathering himself quickly up, he stood more erect, like a man taken by surprise in a mood to which he was reluctant to have witnesses. The feeble fingers were never idle, and one of her pleasures was to make little things for the school children daily passing to and fro, to drop a pair of mittens from her window for a pair of purple hands, a needlebook for some small mother of many dolls, penwipers for young penmen toiling through forests of pothooks, scrapbooks for picture-loving eyes, and all manner of pleasant devices, till the reluctant climbers of the ladder of learning found their way strewn with flowers, as it were, and came to regard the gentle giver as a sort of fairy godmother, who sat above there, and showered down gifts miraculously suited to their tastes and needs.
It hardly moved my compassion - it appalled me: still, I felt reluctant to quit him so.