Advice columnist and widowed father of three Dan Burns has met someone new in this romantic comedy from director Peter Hedges. But even though Marie is beautiful and smart, she’s also the girlfriend of Dan’s brother Mitch. With a publicly recognized moral compass, Dan finds himself torn between reaching for happiness and keeping the peace in his family.
After taking a job in the Big Apple as assistant to powerful fashion magazine editor Miranda Priestly, small-town girl Andrea Sachs is thrilled — until the magic wears off, and she’s left feeling battered and used. But at least she looks fabulous, right?
PR agent to the stars Gideon Warner is used to putting a positive spin on anything. But even he can’t say anything good about his crumbling relationship with his teenage daughter, Natasha, who seems bent on despising him. With Natasha’s love at arm’s length, he clings to the one person who might help him feel human — a grief-stricken woman who could use his help, too.
Six book club members find their lives resemble a modern-day version of Jane Austen’s novels in this drama. For starters, Sylvia’s husband of 20-plus years has walked out, Bernadette seeks Mr. Right, and married Prudie dreams of other men. Then there’s lonely dog-breeder Jocelyn; Allegra, who has issues with her girlfriend; and Grigg, the sole male in the club.
Financially on shaky ground yet determined to send her son to a top private school, Rose Lorkowski teams up with her unreliable sister, Norah, to start a new company that specializes in biohazard removal and crime scene cleanup. Tired of doing all the work for other people, whether in her job cleaning homes or in her failed relationships, Rose is finally ready to use her entrepreneurial spirit to tidy up her own life.
synopsis by Netflix.