Surprisingly absorbing character study in which Jill Clayburgh plays a happily married housewife and mother in New York City. However, those days of happiness take an ugly turn when her husband confesses to her in having an ongoing affair, of which she dumps him as a result. She then begins to slowly discover herself, finding new men to meet as well seeing a psychologist. In addition, she begins to develop a stronger relationship with her daughter. Clayburgh, whose films have sort of disappeared off the radar, is fine as the betrayed housewife and the film does not trend into sentimentality, as far as I'm concerned. It is never boring and oddly, the cast members are not well known yet they all add fine support to the story. Very good film.