A beleaguered small-business owner gets a harmonium and embarks on a romantic journey with a mysterious woman.
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This movie had a lot going for it until the ending. The ending was very uneventful and it was almost like they gave up. Not sure if that is what they were going for. First off, this is not an Adam Sandler movie. He was just cast in it. For this role he really did an excellent job too. Nice of him to get away from his comedic background. Sandler's character is basically on the verge of going insane from his family of a million sisters and his dead end job. Also from a phone call he makes in the film. The film is full of intense loud noises to also make the viewer go insane. It is like you can feel exactly what Sandler's character feels. Emily Watson is the love interest and she does a decent job. The only other actor worth mentioning is Philip Seymour Hoffman who was excellent, but really didn't have that big of a part. The story of the film was pretty good, but seemed to lack at parts that did make the viewer a bit bored. But luckily it did pick back up. The whole thing the film is getting at is that love can cure all; I guess. Besides the ending, the film is interesting to watch. Just make sure you do not have a slight headache before watching for it make get worse.