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Secret Lives of Dentists, the

"A caustic, witty study of love and sex."
- Mark Athitakis, FILMCRITIC.COM
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Teeth outlast everything. Death is nothing to a tooth. Life is what destroys teeth.

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Director: Alan Rudolph
Country: United States
Year: 2002
Runtime: 105 mins
Genre: Comedy Drama

In a blend of humor and realism, award winning director Alan Rudolph (Afterglow, Mrs. Parker and the Vicious Circle) employs this dental observation as a powerful metaphor about marriage and human relationships. The Secret Lives of Dentists tells the story of Dr. Dave Hurst (Campbell Scott), who shares a private clinical practice with his bright and attractive partner and wife Dr. Dana (Hope Davis). Step by step, together, they have created their “dream life,” raising three beautiful children, in their home and country house. But they are also opposites. Meditative and methodical, he is deeply attached to the family they have built. She, more passionate and spontaneous, is still seeking lifeÂ’s precious adventures.... More »

Special Features
  • - Theatrical trailer(s)
  • - Commentary by director Alan Rudolph and Campbell Scott
  • - Featurette: "Sundance Channel Anatomy of a Scene"
  • - Deleted scenes
  • - Gag reel
  • - 5.1 audio

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