For Jack and Terry, the everyday tribulations of being parents of young children and trying to make ends meet have taken their toll on the once passionate couple. And Hank, a self-absorbed writer at heart, is fond of his daughter and family life, but not all that interested in monogamy, it turns out. Trying to find a way to make her marriage work under the new circumstances, Edith turns to Jack for comfort. What begins as a playfully lascivious affair erupts into a season of infidelity, leaving all four to sift through the emotional wreckage to find their way home.
movie about pathetic selfish 40-somethings
- We Don't Live Here Anymore review by CP Customer
Maybe we're supposed to feel sorry for all of these people that screw their lives up because they can't handle being faithful (sorry about the pun). I just did not feel any empathy for any of the characters. The movie didn't tell me anything about cheating this wasn't stereotypical, that most cheating is caused by someone being selfish when they should be selfless and immature when they should be mature. It was a waste of time, but the acting was good