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Margarita Happy Hour

Margarita Happy Hour ★★2001

Zelda (Hutchins) is a hard-partying New York single mom who makes a living (barely) as an illustrator and lives with her toddler daughter's unemployed, passive father Max (Fessenden), who has a drinking problem. Zelda's support group are her single mom friends whom she regularly meets at a local bar for happy hour. Zelda's life gets more complicated when her recovering junkie friend Natali (Ramos) moves in, needing to get her act together although she hasn't a clue how to do it. She's in good company. 98m/C DVD . US Eleanor Hutchins, Larry Fessenden, Holly Ramos, Barbara Sicuranza, Amanda Vogel, Macha Ross, Kristen Dispaltro, Will Keenan; D: Ilya Chaiken; W: Ilya Chaiken; C: Gordon Chou; M: Max Lichtenstein.

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