The film adaptation of the play by Marja Lewis Ryan who, by the way, plays the main role of the unorthodox Bridget, is a pleasant romantic comedy with brilliant actors taking place in today’s New York. Bridget shares a flat with her easygoing brother Trip, and has one girl after another. Then she meets Molly and Greg who’ve just moved in together. Something more than just friendship slowly develops between Molly and Bridget although, or perhaps because, they are so different. This fresh film, crowned by a surprising ending, goes against traditional Hollywood formulas.