Medicine for Melancholy Trailer

Medicine for Melancholy Trailer (2008)

07 March 2008 Drama, Romance 88 mins

Waking from a one-night stand that neither remembers, Micah (Wyatt Cenac) and Joanne (Tracey Heggins) find themselves wandering the streets of San Francisco, sharing coffee and conversation and searching for a deeper connection. Barry Jenkins (nominated for a Best First Feature Independent Spirit Award) directs this poetic tale of love and sex that blends the elements of old-fashioned romance with the sensibilities of modern-day relationships.

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United States 07 March 2008

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