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Diane is closing in on forty and feeling unsettled with her life. Her friends are all firmly on the marriage/baby/career track, and are becoming brutal with their matchmaking and pity for Diane’s marriage-less state (no one seems to care that Diane isn’t really looking for marriage). What once seemed like a dream job for a film buff like Diane – manager of a revival house cinema – is just another piece of her life that no longer seems to fit. The one thing Diane has that fits like a glove is her apartment – until the day she receives an eviction notice.
The board of directors at Diane’s theater decides to expand and add another movie screen just as Diane is swinging into full apartment-hunting mode. Juggling her time between work and real estate gets interesting when she meets Vladimir, one of the architects that will be handling the theater expansion.
Filled with timely references to cinema classics, Valerie Block’s tale of a woman unwillingly thrust into a life crisis will leave you in the mood for popcorn, Bogart & Bergman. Diane’s
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