One More Time

Synopsis: Rattling around in his mansion in the Hamptons, faded Sinatraesque crooner and notorious ladies man Paul Lombard stews over the acclaim that eluded him in his career and the trail of romantic wreckage he left in his wake. Matters are complicated when his punk rocker daughter Jude arrives in need of a place to stay and burdened with problems of her own....including a rivalry with her overachieving sister, her own ruinous love life, and above all, a fraught relationship with her famous father.
Genre: Comedy, Drama, Music
Director(s): Robert Edwards
Production: Maybach Film Productions
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98 min



Hang on a minute.

Hang on, hang on, hang on.

Uh, can you, um,

put something else on?

Are you kidding me?

You don't like this stuff?

Can you just

put something else on?



How about a little bit of this?




Aw, shit.


Pretty in pink.

Where you going?


I'm late.

What are you late for?

- Yeah, I gotta go.

- Wait, wait.

Hey, hey, hey.


What's your... name?

You can't go any

faster, can you?

Never mind.


What the hell?


Holy shit.

She is alive.

We can stop calling the

hospitals and the morgues now.


Let's do it again.


jazz, 96.3, the wave.

Next, q103.

What's that?

Christian rock.

This one goes, q103, the rock.

You punch rock, and then you

do... on salvation.


Q103, the rock of salvation.

That would give Jesus a boner.

So when do

you have to be out by?

Uh end of the month.

Yeah, I'd offer

you our spare room,

but it might be a

little awkward, him

having that big house, and all.

Yeah, I know.

Uh, it's fine.

So I hear you have a new song?

It's... it's not ready yet.

Surprise, surprise.

So are you coming out this week?

I need all the allies I can get.

Are you talking

to me hands free?

What, are you a

cop all of a sudden?

It's not safe.

Yeah, I'm on my headphones.

Look, are you coming or not?








In my heart is for strangers.

Kind, but my own blood

is much too dangerous.


Is anybody home?

Who's there?



Hi, Paul.

I hate that.

How you doing, doll?

I'm ok.

Ok, ok.

How was the drive?


How are you?

I shot a ninth one this morning.

Oh, is that good?

Corinne's here.

Come out back.

Be nice.

No, no, no,

we can't go in April.

No, no, Marcus says

he won't be ready.

Have you had his gazpacho?

Oh, it's astronishing.

I know, it reminds me of Mamet.

Hi, Jude.

Hi, Lucille.

How was your trip?


Do you want anything to drink?

Diet coke?


Yeah, that'd be great.


There's some in the fridge.

And be a dear and

get me some more

chardonnay while you're there.

Darling, what was

the name of that kid

we went to Dalton with?

The one who got kicked out for

writing those dirty letters

to miss Darcy?

- That was Adam Foresberg.

Adam never got kicked out.

No, I think he did.

No, his family

moved to Indonesia.

Oh, no, I know who

you're talking about.

You're talking about

that, um... the kid who

always wore that mounty shirt.

Mm, went out with

denim jacket girl.

Shawna Brant?


You mean Shawna do you wanna?

That is harsh.

But true.

Jude, would you

go in the kitchen

and get me some

more horseradish?

Help Lucille.

Her leg is bothering her.

Is she kidding

with that pink hair?


Like she's so punk?

This steak is not good.

Where's it from?

Just got it at Siderello.

Tell her to go into

town from now on.

Farmer's market.

You're welcome.

I really think it was Adam

Foresberg who got kicked out.

It wasn't Adam Foresberg?

No, you're thinking

of Warren Wilson.

I am thinking of Warren Wilson.

You couldn't pay me to

go back to high school.

You hardly went, even when

you were in high school.

How's the restaurant, Corinne?

Oh, name a problem,

we've got it.

I've got a sous chef trying to

undermine my executive chef,

the wait staff are

like paint in place,

bartenders are thieves... I

swear, it's like a Mamet play.

They steal.

How exactly is that

like a Mamet play?

What's paint in place?

Speaking of Mamet, did anyone

see that actress on "the view?"

Which actress?

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