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Friends & Lovers

Friends & Lovers ★½ 1999

Nonsensical and mediocre would-be romantic comedy about wealthy widower, Richard (Rasche), who invites his estranged son, Ian (Newbern), and his son's L.A. friends to spend Christmas with him at his Park City chalet. Everyone has some kind of sexual agenda except for Richard, who just wants to come to terms with Ian. 104m/C VHS, DVD . David Rasche, George Newbern, Stephen Baldwin, Danny Nucci, Robert Downey Jr., Leon, Alison Eastwood, Suzanne Cryer, Neill Barry, Claudia Schiffer; D: George Haas; W: George Haas; C: Carlos Montaner; M: Emilio Kauderer.

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