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Walking And Talking

Rated R for sexuality, language and brief drug use.

R 83min.
 
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A Manhattan woman struggles with loneliness in the face of her best friend's imminent marriage in this well-received independent comedy from first-time writer-director Nicole Holofcener. Read More
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