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James Gandolfini's 'Enough Said' trailer premieres [Video]

Funny.

And comforting.

And sexy to me.

That’s what Julia Louis-Dreyfus' character says about James Gandolfini's in the new trailer for “Enough Said,” one of Gandolfini’s last films. The “Sopranos” star died in June at age 51.

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In the romantic comedy from writer-director Nicole Holofcener (“Lovely & Amazing”), Louis-Dreyfuss plays a massage therapist named Eva, a single woman falling in love with Gandolfini’s Albert.

Both are single parents with teen children, but the real complication in their relationship is that Albert’s ex-wife, Marianne (Holofcener regular Catherine Keener) is Eva’s massage client.

When Marianne starts disclosing personal details about her marriage, Eva is caught in a slightly awkward predicament, and she begins channeling Marianne. Eva's comments about Albert’s lifestyle ultimately lead him to complain,  “Why do I feel like I just spent the evening with my ex-wife?,” surely not the best indication of a successful love life.

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The movie is due from Fox Searchlight on Sept. 20, and will be playing at the Toronto International Film Festival before that.

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