The Moment when

STEVEN . I did not say that ! ALICE . Oh yes , you did . The party when we first met . You were such an asshole . STEVEN . ... STEVEN . ( Wincing . ) Oh no , I said that , too ? ALICE . Uh huh . STEVEN . How do you remember this stuff ?

The Moment when

THE STORY: THE MOMENT WHEN follows five people as their lives intertwine and separate. Steven, an artist, meets the writer Alice at a fashionable New York party hosted by Paula, a legendary literary agent. Paula's young assistant, Dana, introduces

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