Two strangers find themselves alone on a train at 4 a.m. Before crosswords are solved, they find that they may have solved the puzzles of their own lives. More…
Two strangers, board a San Francisco train at 4:30 AM. They're alone in the car, each is married, both are doing the New York Times crossword. She's an organized, sensible, psychologist. He's a free spirited, unemployed ad executive. She is a crossword pro, he always quits. Two opposites in an enclosed space, attacking each other's values but also being swayed and intrigued by them. They each have serious life problems that the other helps them solve. Their trip is filled with unpredictable but believable surprises, even a passionate kissing embrace or two. As the train ride ends it's obvious each of them has been changed.
See it if It was ok. All dialogue, little else. But it was still entertaining.
Don't see it if Slower plays that are all dialogue are not your thing.
See it if You like crossword puzzles and word games, along with quiet romantic comedy. You like Andrea McArdle from Annie fame. You ride the subway.
Don't see it if You want broad laughs and sweeping romance (this is a smaller theater in a church). You like big cast ensembles (this is two people).
See it if Great actors good plot went to see it in the evening atmosphere was cool props were awesome
Don't see it if Well it’s not for all but if you have a sense of humor your enjoy it