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Lovesick

Lovesick

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    Lovesick is a romantic comedy film directed by Marshall Brickman, released in 1983. The film stars Dudley Moore as a psychiatrist named Dr. Saul Benjamin who falls in love with one of his patients, Chloe Allen (played by Elizabeth McGovern), a New York art gallery owner. 

    The film explores themes of love, relationships, and the role of therapy in people's lives. As the story progresses, Dr. Benjamin must navigate the ethical boundaries of his profession while also dealing with his own personal issues and insecurities.

    The film's cast also includes Alec Guinness as Dr. Benjamin's mentor and John Huston as Chloe's father. The movie's soundtrack features music by classical composer Rachmaninoff.

    "Lovesick" received mixed reviews from critics, with some praising Moore's performance and the film's humor, while others criticized the film's uneven tone and lack of depth. Despite its mixed reception, the movie remains a charming and entertaining romantic comedy that showcases Moore's comedic talents.