New York Times - 02/18/1983
"...Sweetly wacky....It proceeds with such good-humored, consistent intelligence that it almost seems to be a new form of comedy..."
A Manhattan psychiatrist falls head-over-heels in love with one of his patients, and results are as complicated as they are funny.
A married psychiatrist becomes attracted to one of his new patients, and his infatuation with the beautiful, young woman soon moves into the realm of obsession. With his marriage and career at risk, the bedeviled doctor is understandably confused about how to proceed. But Sigmund Freud mysteriously appears to the lovesick shrink and gives him some much needed advice.