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Released 2004

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Director:
Dylan Kidd
Released:
2004
Rating:
R
P.S. is a dramatic film directed by Dylan Kidd based on Helen Schulman's novel P.S. I Love You So Damn Much that centers on divorcee Louise Harrington (Laura Linney), an unhappy woman working in the admissions office at Columbia University School of the Arts who believes she is given a second chance at life when an application comes in with the same name as her deceased high school sweetheart. Taking a rather impulsive chance, Louise calls F. Scott Feinstadt (Topher Grace) for an "interview" and discovers that he not only is nearly her old beau's twin but he also has many of his quirks and traits. Deciding to take hold of a life she could have had, Louise and Scott begin a relationship, despite their fifteen-year-age gap. To make things more complicated, her former best friend Missy (Marcia Gay Harden) tries to step in to claim Scott for herself just as her ex-husband Peter (Gabriel Byrne) continues to barge into her life hoping to reconcile after being treated for his sex addiction. Refreshed and revitalized by her new young relationship, Louise combats with her own cold relationship with her family as her bristly mother (Lois Smith) shuns her accomplishments for that of her addicted and fresh-out-of-rehab brother (Paul Rudd), even as he continues to disappoint.moreless

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