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Looking for Kitty

Rating:R (for language and some sexual references)
Genre:Drama
Release Date:September 1, 2006
Running time:95 minutes
Cast:Edward Burns, David Krumholtz, Connie Britton, Shari Albert, Craig Carlisle
Director:Edward Burns
Producer:Margot Bridger, Aaron Lubin
Writer:Edward Burns
Distributor:ThinkFilm

Description: After hiring a down-and-out private investigator, an upstate New York, high school baseball coach ventures to Manhattan for the first time to track down his wife who ran away with a second rate rock star. Jack, the private investigator, and Abe, the coach, develop a close bond as they search for Abe's wife, while also confronting a series of unique and funny New York characters along the way. Their colorful companion is New York City, itself, which can be everything from a wintery afternoon to a friendly neighbor; a city buzzing with excitement, or echoing with loneliness. For Jack and Abe they must also face the conflict between their respective fears of future and the familiar life of loneliness.

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