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Gandolfini in Enough Said trailer

EnoughSaid.jpgIt's a sad loss to acting that James Gandolfini has died and it is a shame that so many people are going to remember him for his Sopranos role and nothing else, so perhaps his film Enough Said will help people to break away from that series a little and turn to some of his other roles.

In this film he's playing the romantic love interest but with a heavy dose of reality in there as well. It also stars Julia Louis-Dreyfus, Catherine Keener and Toni Colette, three actresses I really do like all in one film, and it's not just the talent that's interesting, it's the story they've been set in.

The set-up for Enough Said might seem similar to those you've watched before but I like this little spin on the idea of two people growing closer and beginning to fall in love just as the woman meets his ex-wife and begins to hear all those latter stage relationship issues that can break people apart.

She's living out the exciting beginning of the relationship while she's experiencing what it will be like to be married to the man for years, seen through the eyes of someone else as they pick out all his faults and failures. On the way there's some great lines, especially that moment about TripAdvisor at the end.

I think this could turn out to be a really enjoyable film and it does look like it's going to be a strong performance from James Gandolfini and Julia Louis-Dreyfus.

Here's the trailer through TrailerAddict for Enough Said which comes from writer and director Nicole Holofcener:



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