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Jack Goes Boating

Rating:R (for language, drug use and some sexual content)
Genre:Comedy, Romance
Release Date:September 17, 2010
Running time:89 minutes
Cast:Philip Seymour Hoffman, Amy Ryan, John Ortiz, Elizabeth Rodriguez, Daphne Rubin-Vega
Director:Philip Seymour Hoffman
Producer:Peter Saraf, Marc Turtletaub, Beth O'Neil, Emily Ziff
Writer:Bob Glaudini
Distributor:Fox Searchlight

Web Site: http://www.jackgoesboatingmovie.com/

Description: "Jack Goes Boating" is the story of four New Yorkers. Jack and Connie are two single people who on their own might continue to recede into the anonymous background of the city, but in each other they begin to find the courage and desire to pursue their budding relationship. In contrast, the couple that introduced them, Clyde and Lucy, have been together a long time and are confronting unresolved issues in their marriage.

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