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Touted as ‘Sex & The City: The Movie’, as Nicole Holofcener often directs the series, this nervy comedy’s actually closer in neurotic spirit to her earlier, excellent Walking And Talking. Catherine Keener stars, but Brenda Blethyn’s mugging threatens to upset the work of Jake Gyllenhaal and Emily Mortimer. Women on the verge.

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