Cover image for It's complicated [DVD] / Universal Pictures presents in association with Relativity Media, a Waverly Films/Scott Rudin production ; produced by Nancy Meyers, Scott Rudin ; written and directed by Nancy Meyers.
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It's complicated [DVD] / Universal Pictures presents in association with Relativity Media, a Waverly Films/Scott Rudin production ; produced by Nancy Meyers, Scott Rudin ; written and directed by Nancy Meyers.
Title Variants:
It is complicated
Edition:
Widescreen.
Publication Information:
Universal City, Calif. : Universal Studios Home Entertainment, c2010.
Physical Description:
1 videodisc (121 min.) : sd., col. ; 4 3/4 in.
General Note:
Originally produced as a motion picture in 2009.

Special features: "The making of: It's complicated" featurette ; feature commentary with producer/writer/director Nancy Meyers, executive producer Suzanne Farwell, director of photography John Toll, and editor Joe Hutshing.
Abstract:
A hilarious look at marriage, divorce, and everything in between. With a thriving Santa Barbara bakery, a new romance heating up, and her divorce finally behind her, Jane Adler has her life all figured out, until she finds herself trapped between the perfect new beau and her philandering ex-husband who's determined to win her back. When opposites attract all over again, will love be sweeter the second time around? It's... complicated!
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MPAA rating: R; for some drug content and sexuality.
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An aged, divorced mother becomes "the other woman" in her ex-husband's life when the pair enters into an unexpected affair during an out-of-town trip. Jane (Meryl Streep) has been divorced from Jake (Alec Baldwin) for a decade. The mother of three grown children, she owns a successful Santa Barbara bakery/restaurant and maintains a friendly relationship with Jake, who has since been remarried to the much younger Agness (Lake Bell). Jane and Jake are attending their son's college graduation when they agree to an innocent meal together. Before long a simple dinner date has erupted into an all-out affair, and when architect Adam (Steve Martin) falls for Jane, he realizes he's been drawn into a most peculiar love triangle. Is love sweeter the second time around, or should Jane and Jake just be happy with what they had, and finally move on with their lives? ~ Jason Buchanan, Rovi