On paper, the reason of the film is not untenable. Owen plays theater chief Arnold, in New York in the wake of dealing with a Hollywood picture, going to set out on another stage venture featuring whiz buddy Seth (Ifans), Arnold’s own particular wife Delta (Hahn), and a supporting player in the part of a hooker to be named later.
Talking about hookers, Arnold has a strange propensity: he gets a kick out of the chance to request call young ladies, take them to a decent supper, boink the bejesus out of them (“You are the most… mindful kind of significant other,” Izzy says to Arnold after their sole affectionate blending) and after that blessing them with $30,000, instructing them to surrender The Life and go seek after their fantasies.
He frames this pitch around a discourse highlighting the catchphrase “She and I” which had at one point been the title of the motion picture. One wonders about a world in which even the best of contemporary theater executives could more than once withdraw with 30 substantial with such aimlessness.