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Thirteen Conversations About One Thing

Rated R for language and brief drug use.

R 94min.
 
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Following up on her acclaimed debut, Clockwatchers, Jill Sprecher spins this intricate ensemble film about life's big questions. Set in New York City, the film focuses on five different characters with radically different perspectives on life. Read More
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May 02, 2010
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Intertwining human drama stories, well done in all departments. Entertaining though some loose ends remain at the end.

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