Every relationship needs work to thrive—but that makes it easy to forget that you’ll find a shared effortlessness at the heart of the deepest friendships and romances. Four years after Paris Can Wait, Eleanor Coppola returns with a charming triptych of stories exploring love in all of its forms and coaxes a simmering chemistry from her star-studded ensemble, Rosanna Arquette, Kathy Baker, Maya Kazan, Chris Messina, Cybill Shepherd, Joanne Whalley, Rita Wilson.
Two For Dinner A married couple finds an unconventional way to transcend long-distance through technology.
Sailing Lesson A long‐married couple tries to reignite their honeymoon‐phase heat through a spontaneous sailing trip.
Late Lunch A tragic loss brings together a disparate group of women for a memorial meal hosted by their mutual friend’s daughter.
All three pieces coalesce in a poignant and exuberant ode to the myriad ways in which one life can touch another, with an understated affection for the mistakes we sometimes make along the way.