More from the Henry Jaglom obsession:
Venice Venice (1992): The story is a metaphor for the "Heisenberg Principle," when one particle can be in two places at the same time.
Irene in Time (2009)
Hollywood Dreams (2006)
Flannel Pajamas (2006): I watched this after seeing Justin Kirk in Hollywood Dreams, another film that was released the same year just after the Showtime series, Weeds, began. His Andy Botwin character is the main reason that I have been a fan of the show.
Summer in Genoa (2008)
Welcome to the Riley's (2010)
Multiple Sarcasms (2010)
Between Strangers (2002): Starring Sophia Loren and directed by her son, Edoardo Ponti. The ending is wonderful!
Crossing Delancey (1988): Enjoyed seeing it for the third time when it turned up on television. Amy Irving portrays the romantic highs and lows of a New York publishing professional who finds an unlikely match in a local pickle vendor (Peter Riegert) through the schemes of her grandmother.
Nowhere Boy (2009): Biopic about John Lennon's early life--how he became John.