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Friends With Money

Rating:R (for language, some sexual content and brief drug use)
Genre:Comedy, Drama
Release Date:April 7, 2006
Running time:88 minutes
Cast:Jennifer Aniston, Joan Cusack, Frances McDormand, Catherine Keener, Jason Isaacs
Director:Nicole Holofcener
Producer:Ted Hope, Anne Carey, Anthony Bregman
Writer:Nicole Holofcener
Distributor:Sony Pictures Classics

Description: "Friends With Money" examines the shifting relationships among four women who have been friends all of their adult lives. Now as they settle into their early middle age, their friendship is increasingly challenged by the ever-growing disparity in their individual degrees of financial comfort. It is a poignant snapshot of the way we live today, where the safe divisions that class and money have created are eroding under the unstoppable force of everyday life. This painfully hilarious examination of modern life manages to be both brutally honest and ultimately uplifting.

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