Conversations with Other Women is 2005 comedy drama film directed by Hans Canosa, written by Gabrielle Zevin, starring Aaron Eckhart and Helena Bonham Carter. The film, an independent production budgeted at $450,000, was sold for distribution in more than 30 countries.
Bad Education - "This is a movie we are intended to wander around in. It begins in the present with a story about the past, presents that story as a film within the film, and then, if I am not mistaken, there is a paradoxical moment when the two categories leak into each other. It's like 'Citizen Kane,' where the memories of one character curiously contain the memories of another." Roger Ebert