David W. Ross) sees to it that the bases are covered in this tale of a Brit in New York City whose immigration/
green card status changes after 9/11, and what he must do to remain in the U.S., where family obligations are primary. Director Glenn Gaylord (shown at left) likewise gets good performances all around from his smart and generally well-chosen cast.
Alicia Witt, below, right) and their young daughter -- still unborn when that brother was killed in an accident but now 7 years old -- for whom Jack has been both uncle and dad.
Jamie-Lynn Sigler, below, right), a lesbian with seemingly insoluble love problems of her own, who might as well do her friend this very big favor.
Maurice Compte, below, right) while Ali begins developing something more than friendly feelings for Jack. Meanwhile Mano, a Spaniard, has problems of his own taking place back in Spain.
Mickey Cotrell) with a novel solution to Jack's immigration problems, plus the cute kid, Craig (Mike C. Manning), to whom Jack turns from time to time for easy sex and who, himself, has a mad crush on our somewhat thoughtless and narcissistic "hero," and you have a whirligig of situations, each one of which might make a movie all its own.