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Celeste and Jesse met in high school and got married young. They laugh at the same jokes and finish each other’s sentences. They are forever linked in their friends’ minds as the perfect couple – she, a high-powered businesswoman and budding novelist; he, a free spirit who keeps things from getting boring. Their only problem is that they have decided to get divorced. Can their perfect relationship withstand this minor setback?
Miami is one of the most sought by young Italians. It is there, in fact, is going to study at university Luca, a Roman, the son of John and Valentina, Milan, daughter Olivia. During the plane trip from Rome to Miami, Olivia and John argue furiously.
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With his signature wide-eyed humor and treasure trove of voices Godfrey asks the questions that plague the depths of our being. Why do people duck in the rain and protect just one ear? What if guido bouncers ran the TSA? Stand-up live at New York City’s Gramercy Theatre.
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