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Denial

(1997)

Rated R for sexuality and language.

R 93min.
 
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Adam Rifkin wrote and directed this comedy that begins at a Los Angeles dinner party when unmarried, unattached novelist Art Witz (Jason Alexander with hair) argues that couples actually live in a state of denial and cannot maintain monogamous ... Read More
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