(Loosely based on Jane Austen’s SENSE AND SENSIBILITY) Betty Weissman at age 75 is newly divorced and forced to move from her trendy New York City apartment to Westport, Connecticut, a cottage owned by a generous cousin. In order to make ends meet her grown daughters rent their places and move in also, starting a chain reaction of domestic comedy and social critique as the three women cope with each other and budding romance.
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