“Enough Said” is a romantic comedy about two middle-aged people — played by James Gandolfini and Julia Louis-Dreyfus — trying to navigate the mess of falling in love again. You can watch the trailer here.

It hasn’t been long since the unexpected and tragic death of James Gandolfini, but “Enough Said” does represent one of the actor’s final projects. In addition to the story told by the film, “Enough Said” gives a special look into the vibrant actor’s work.

In “Enough Said,” Louis-Dreyfus plays Eva, a divorced masseuse dreading her daughter’s coming departure for college. When Eva meets Albert (Gandolfini), she finds a man facing the same sort of empty-nest problems. The two quickly develop a romance. All is well until Eva’s new massage client, Marianne (Catherine Keener), starts stirring up relationship doubts by complaining about her ex-husband. That’s because Marianne’s ex-husband is Albert.

Toni Collette, Ben Falcone, Eve Hewson, Tavi Gevinson and Tracey Fairaway co-star. Nicole Holofcener wrote and directed the film. “Enough Said” will arrive in theaters on Sept. 20, 2013.

Posted by:Laurel Brown