In this, one of James Gandolfini's last works, he plays divorced dad Albert, who goes to a party and meets Eva (Julia Louis-Dreyfus), a single mum who works as a house-call masseuse.
Eva also meets Marianne (Catherine Keener), who becomes a client and then a friend. Things become messy when it turns out that Marianne is Albert's ex-wife.
Rather than a romantic comedy which dumbs itself down with cliched set-ups and forced repartee, Enough Said feels like an honest exploration of what happens when two adults are tentatively attracted to each other and try to sort out their feelings.
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