Person to Person

Synopsis: Follows a variety of New York characters as they navigate personal relationships and unexpected problems over the course of one day.
Genre: Comedy, Drama
Director(s): Dustin Guy Defa
Production: Magnolia Pictures
  5 nominations.
Rotten Tomatoes:
84 min

He's a wonderful person.

You know what?

He's an all-right person.

He's the us ambassador

to Vietnam.

So what?

He's my hero!

I know.

What have you done

with your life?

Uh, let's see, I won

a Guggenheim fellowship.

10 years ago.

Retire next year.

Because here's

the part I don't get.

It's okay... it's okay

for the fans

to boo another club.

Morning, Jimmy.

I got a haircut.

Looks good.

There's a new lady

at the place I go to.

She's not a bad lookin' lady.

I thought you were interested

in the lady that owns

the shop, as I recall.

I was, but this new lady

puts a hand on your head

while she uses

the other hand to cut,

and her hand is soft and tender.

Plus, the other lady

never gave me

a green light to make a move.

This new one?

She likes to wink and flirt,

kind of like we're in

on a joke together.

I'm captivated by the strength

of our attraction.

It might go somewhere.

And she's obviously very

talented at cutting hair.

That guy is

your direct Nemesis.

He works for the post.

And those are the

detectives on the case.

You better hurry over there.


Hey, fellas,

what's going on?

- Man:
Is she in there?

- Yeah. Can you just tell us

- come on, tell us.

- Any information.

Please, just uh, anything

- don't not tell us!

- That you can provide

- would be helpful to the...

- Come on, just

- a little something?

- Okay, anything, please.

- Something! Please?

- Can you please just...?


Sorry, I wasn't fast enough.

Well, you tried.

So, let's say

this was a normal day.

You'd call me to tell me

which detectives you encountered

and I'd try

to get ahold of them.

I'd say 50% of this job

is plain luck,

and today is your lucky day.

I happen to have a working

relationship with these guys.

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