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Gray matters
Yari, Bob, 1962- , producer.
Publication Information:
Beverly Hills, Calif. : 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment, [2007]
Physical Description:
1 videodisc (96 min.) : sound, color ; 4 3/4 in.
Thirty-something New Yorker, Gray shares just about everything with her wisecracking brother, Sam: old movies, swing dancing and--much to her surprise--an attraction to his gorgeous new girlfriend, Charlie. Never having realized she might be gay, Gray's confusion turns to desperation as she follows the "expert" advice of clueless friends, shrinks and strangers.
General Note:
Title from container.

Originally released as a motion picture in 2007.

Special features: "The making of Gray matters" featurette; theatrical trailer.
Side A: Full screen presentation -- Side B: Widescreen presentation.
Reading Level:
MPAA rating: PG-13, for some mature thematic material, sexual content and language.
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DVD 63584 Adult DVD Audio Visual

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"Sibling rivalry" takes on a whole new meaning in this offbeat comedy from first-time writer and director Sue Kramer. Sam (Tom Cavanagh) and his sister, Gray (Heather Graham), are siblings who share a passionate interest in the music and styles of the 1940s, especially movie musicals of the era, and they've earned a powerful reputation on the ballroom-dancing circuit as gifted hoofers with both talent and flair. Sam and Gray cross paths with Charlie (Bridget Moynahan), an attractive woman who shares their enthusiasm for old movies and retro styles, and is a fine dancer to boot. To the surprise of no one, Sam falls head over heels for Charlie, but so does Gray, which comes as a shock to nearly everyone, including Gray, who has never betrayed an attraction to women before. Charlie, however, naïvely fails to acknowledge the depth of Gray's feelings for her as a romantic triangle forms between Charlie and the siblings. Gray Matters also features supporting performances from Sissy Spacek as an analyst, Molly Shannon as one of Gray's co-workers, and Alan Cumming as a taxi driver. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi