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‘Apartment Troubles': A Bid for Showbiz Legitmacy

Jess Weixler (R) and Jennifer Prediger in the film "Apartment Troubles" which they cowrote, codirected and costar in. (StarStream Entertainment)
Jess Weixler (R) and Jennifer Prediger in the film "Apartment Troubles" which they cowrote, codirected and costar in. (StarStream Entertainment)

When guys complain about “chick-flicks,” “Apartment Troubles” is the one they’re talking about. Even if they haven’t seen it yet. A good romance is one...


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