Union Square, Nancy Savoca's first film in nearly a decade, stars Mira Sorvino as Lucy, a hard-drinking party girl from the Bronx who takes a trip into Manhattan to meet with her married lover, and ends up visiting her sister Jenny (Tammy Blanchard), who has cleaned up her life and is engaged to a man running a health-food business. Jenny has hid the truth about her past from her fiancé; he thinks she's from Maine, and Jenny wants nothing more than to get her out-of-control sister away from their apartment. Lucy, however, doesn't know how to take a hint, ends up spending the night, and soon the two are fighting about old resentments and Jenny finds she can't keep the facade going with her fiancé. Union Square played at the 2011 Toronto International Film Festival.
Disc #1 -- Union Square 1. Opening Credits [6:12] 2. Can't Talk [9:16] 3. A Dog But Not a 'Dog' [3:51] 4. Trapping Moose in Maine [8:42] 5. Organic Vodka [6:07] 6. Safety Information [6:35] 7. Just Like Her [8:01] 8. Free Hugs [7:08] 9. Call Me Back [7:55] 10. Sisters Again [6:16] 11. Need You Home [6:19] 12. Ending Credits [3:46]
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