Theatrical release poster
|Directed by||Greg Mottola|
|Produced by||Nancy Tenenbaum|
|Written by||Greg Mottola|
|Music by||Richard Martinez|
|Edited by||Anne McCabe|
|Distributed by||Cinepix Film Properties|
Eliza (Hope Davis) discovers a love letter that may prove that her husband Louis (Stanley Tucci) is having an affair, so she decides to go to New York City and confront him. Her family, including her parents Jim (Pat McNamara) and Rita (Anne Meara), her sister Jo (Parker Posey), and Jo's live-in boyfriend Carl (Liev Schreiber), go along for the ride in the family station wagon from Long Island.
Owen Gleiberman of Entertainment Weekly gave it a grade B and compared to the film to David O. Russell's Flirting With Disaster but praised director Mottola as having "a lighter, warmer touch" and that he "keeps the action flowing and gets lively work" from the cast.
|1996||Cannes Film Festival||Golden Camera||Greg Mottola||Nominated|||
|1996||Deauville Film Festival||Grand Special Prize||Won|
|1996||National Board of Review||Special Recognition||Won|
|1996||Toronto International Film Festival||FIPRESCI - Special Mention||Won|
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