"I closed the book, and felt this strange mixture of wistfulness and hope. And I wondered if a memory is something you have, or something you've lost. For the first time in a long time, I felt at peace."
-- the last lines of Another Woman
Another Woman is an odd movie. It's by Woodie Allen, but it's not a comedy and he's not in it. Just about the only thing signalling that it's an Allen movie is that the characters are New Yorkers who are writers and/or professors, and who run into friends while walking down the street.
It's worth watching.
"...but will it play in Peoria?"