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You left your front door open
on August 15, 2000
Marjorie (Crystan Leas) started life with a rebel attitude. After getting married her (Kirstie Alley) life was defined as "the wife" of Harry Turner. Harry is one of many doctors in the turner family and he himself is ignored for the most part. With encouragement form her sister Jeanine (Jami Gertz), and a chanced encounter with a stranger, she is persuaded to break out of her shell. She does and so sets many strange relationships in motion.
You may guess the plot but you will never keep up with the twists and turns in this comedy. Over shadowed at first by the other actors and the plot, it is Bill Pullman that pulls this al together as the "blind salesman." He becomes the catalyst for all the other sub plots.
Ed O'Neill plays Capt. Wilbur Meany, an aspiring police officer and a down right good guy. It takes a little time to not think of hem as Al Bundy (Married With Children ASIN: 6302597552.)
There are more interesting parts to this movie; but something that I keep remembering is after Marjorie Turner played by Kirstie Alley confesses to her sister that she took her advice and starts down stars she pushes her way through the crowd saying " I'm saying excuse me!" With that Kirstie voice.
Carrie Fisher (Appointment With Death ASIN: 0790741318) plays a convincing antagonist.