Martin Cramer lives in an expensive high rise on Manhattan's upper east side. He likes to play Debussy on his balcony at one a.m. Sally Cramer, played on Broadway by Marlo Thomas, is his wife of 12 years. They have no children, but have acquired loads valuable antiques. Their failing marriage is sliding into the quicksand of early middle age; they are two schoolteachers lost in little New York while surrounded by colorful street people and stereotyped neighbors. Unable to consummate affairs with other people, the Cramer's eventually navigate various plot entanglements to return to each other.
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