DVD - 2005
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Follows five people over a 24 hour period on a fall day in New York City. Isabel, a photographer, is having second thoughts about her upcoming marriage to Jonathan, a lawyer. Isabel's mother, Diana, learns that her husband has a new lover and begins to re-think her life choices and, especially, her open marriage. Diana and Isabel's paths cross with Alec, a young actor, and with Peter, a journalist. Isabel, Jonathan, Diana, Alec, and Peter must choose what kind of lives they will lead before the sun comes up on the next day.
Publisher: Culver City, California :, Sony Pictures Home Entertainment,, [2005].
Edition: (Widescreen (1.78:1) version
Copyright Date: ©2004
ISBN: 9781404979864
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (DVD) (98 min.) :,sound, colour ;,4 3/4 in.
digital, video, surround, Dolby Digital 5.1, rda
1.78:1 widescreen, rda
DVD, NTSC, rda
video file, DVD, region 1, rda


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Jun 18, 2017

DVD so damaged it could not be viewed.

Mar 13, 2017

I read a lot of good reviews for this film, and I was expecting something good. Alas, it's no more than a poorly-executed melodrama after all. More hype than its worth. I literally fell asleep, and couldn't finish.

SpencerSpencer Jul 24, 2013

The writing, dialogue, and cinematography, not to mention the minor continuity details made this a tight and interesting story with a bit of a mystery. Everyone is good in this, but Glenn Close and James Marsden steal the show. Certainly worth a look if you're into indies. Kind of cool film connecting a few story lines within 24hours. It's fun to spot locations in NYC that aren't typically shown in films.

jmmason Jul 12, 2013

Glen Close is marvelous as Arcadina and James Marsden turns in another stellar-looking guy performance as a, what else.....?

btmslt Oct 27, 2012

A nice film about the lives of various people in NYC.

macabrescribe May 27, 2011

The acting, writing, and direction of this film were astounding. I was expecting a poorly executed melodrama, and Heights is anything but. The play the movie the film is based upon is also good - different, but good. Glenn Close, Elizabeth Banks, James Marsden, and Jesse Bradford are great in this flick. Overall, Heights is a very underrated movie that more people should see.

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