Her affluent, protective parents aren’t so sure she’s ready to make it on her own, but they eventually agree to enroll Carla in a vocational college, where she soon meets Danny (Giovanni Ribisi), a similarly handicapped student with a passion for marching bands. A sweetly awkward courtship follows and, with help from “The Joy of Sex,” the couple negotiate the intricacies of physical love.

When Carla and Danny decide to get married, her mother, Elizabeth (Diane Keaton), refuses to go along with the plans. Mother and daughter have been at odds all movie long, but this argument leads to a permanent estrangement. Or does it?

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