Every, literally every man with a television set or internet connection is well aware of the legendary TV-series “Sex and the City”; its plot, its main characters, its idea. No doubt, that a woman, watching these series always identifies herself with one of the main heroines. And there is no wonder. It is so natural to each of us because every character of “Sex and the City” is alive and real.
And what about Eve? I would bet anyone knows at least one woman, who is exactly like Eve. Maybe she has something from Miranda, maybe something from Charlotte, maybe a little bit from Samantha and surely a great deal of Carrie Bradshaw. But most of all, Eve is like herself. A woman whom you can see on the street, in the line at the grocery store or beside you on a bus on your way home.
Every woman who is alike to Eve carries a story. Eve’s story is Enough Said. A story where the words are needless and unsaid, but the truth shines more vividly than in thousands of words. So, here we meet a divorced masseuse named Eve (Julia Louis-Dreyfuss). A woman of strong character and nice attitude who tries to move on with her life after getting rid of a horrid marriage. Eve is a little desperate, a little crazy, a little eccentric but nonetheless hopeful and faithful. Eve finds herself distressed, forsaken and needless, since her grown daughter left the house to start her studies in college. Her divorce is long over but she is still down and blue; not because she misses her husband, but because she misses her life. Everything she has is her job and a few friends who have always been there for her.
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