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Uploaded on Oct 23, 2016
How confused can a man get about what women think is romantic? That's the situation for writer Jack as he gets three radically different views on the subject from three women...including an imaginary one from the murder mystery he hasn't been able to finish. Larry, Jack's manager, took him skiing to get his mind off the femme fatale (Linda) of his latest novel, a character Jack has fallen in love with. However, an accident has left Jack believing the character is real (enough to have conversations with him about her own expectations). When the manager has a young woman (Carly) pretend to be Jack's girl friend (or is she pretending to be Larry's wife?) he gets another view of what women want. And then, when Larry's wife (Maureen) shows up and he persuades her to pretend to be the imaginary woman, Jack gets yet another and very different lesson. As confused and frustrated as Jack gets from all the different points of view, it somehow makes him a better writer. When another woman arrives everyone wonders whether Jack is in reality or in his imagination. Characters-- Jack: male, 35-55, mystery writer, charming but a little foggy Larry: male, 35-55, fast-talking schemer; Jack's agent Carly: female, 25-35, not overly intelligent party girl Maureen: female, same age as Larry, her husband, attractive and shrewd Linda: female, same age as Jack, seductive at times, assertive at others