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Ever since Joline (Heather Graham) married Carl (Luke Wilson), she's felt madly in love, emotionally bonded and totally committed... even though Carl walked out on her two weeks ago.

Convinced she can save her marriage, she drives two thousand miles west on a comic adventure to track down her wayward husband. Along the way, she has close calls with a pair of highway robbers, a Mexican witch doctor and more than one cactus.

But the real odyssey begins when Joline winds up in El Paso, Texas, finds Carl and stakes out his new life... from her car. With a little help from her brother Jay (Casey Affleck) his new girlfriend Carmen (Patricia Velasquez) and Neil (Goran Visnjic), her tantalising neighbour, she discovers the ups and downs of being the most committed woman in the USA.

Also starring Alfonso Arau as Grampy, Mark Ruffalo as T-Bo, Kim Dickens as Jenny and Clea Duvall as Mimi. Written and directed by Lisa Krueger.

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Security censorship classification

M (Drug references, medium level coarse language, low level violence)

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94 minutes (1:34 hours)

Not for public release in Australia before date

Film: Undated 2001

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