Romance & Cigarettes

Romance & Cigarettes

DVD - 2008
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When Kitty discovers Nick is having an affair with the sultry seductress Tula, their rocky relationship gets a whole lot rockier. Nick finds himself facing a full-scale revolt from his daughters at home, and Kitty enlists her oddball cousin Bo to track down Tula. Deals with love and hate, life and death, and romance and cigarettes.


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May 10, 2019

Best part of the movie was the sound track of old tunes, especially Engelbert Humperdink.
Lots of songs by famous singers. Special features of some interest. If you watch the lengthy ending credits you will see who sang the songs and who wrote them.

Dec 08, 2018

It would have been great if the first person who found the Dundas DVD is damaged had reported it to the library so they could pull it from the shelf. I'll do that when I return it after not being able to watch it through due to damage on the disc. Looking forward to seeing the rest of the film!

Jan 03, 2018

Would have been a good movie but the library disc starts skipping ten mins in and skips so many scenes I don't know what's going on

patiencekramer Dec 31, 2013

Tender, evocative, veers toward sentimentality but saved from soppiness by a cast that knows when not to go over the edge (James Gandolfini and Susan Sarandon) and a story that does--zig zaging from tearjerking to weird, as in Christopher Walken singing a love ballad. Really.

Sep 26, 2010

I had no idea this was a musical when I rented it and was pleasantly surprised to find the actors belting out their tunes.

Sexually charged, this musical takes us through the lives of a couple are having issues within their marriage and back to where they love each other.

Funny and poignant

17+, sexuality


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Sep 26, 2010

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Sep 26, 2010

In this homemade musical we are taken on a ride of a man, his wife and his lover, through their intertwined lives to an eventual outcome typical in everyday life.

The music is wonderful, with all the stars belting out a scene appropriate song that sets the mood.

Susan Sarrandon and James Gandolfini are stuck in their hum drum lives, seemingly moving in different directions, when life collides and secrets are finally revealed. Love remains.

Sex, foul language, 17+


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