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Love Matters

Love Matters ★★ 1993 (R)

Tom and Julie's fast-track marriage is hovering on the brink when Tom's best friend Geoff, who's also married, shows up on their doorstep with his sexy mistress and announces he's getting a divorce. Reluctantly, Tom and Julie allow the X-rated lovebirds to stay the night but all that heat only shows up the flaws in their own marriage even more. An unrated version at 103 minutes is also available. 97m/C VHS . Griffin Dunne, Tony Goldwyn, Annette O'Toole, Gina Gershon, Kate Burton; D: Eb Lottimer; W: Eb Lottimer; M: Simon Boswell.

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