Andrea is a writer who wrote only one novel years ago. Nick is a former doctor who turned to be a successful writer. When the fate gathers them together, they enter a romantic affair which may help Andrea to get back to the field again. But she struggles with another trouble about her sister who falls in love with an aging rock star. Andrea tries to fix all things by a perfect way.
Another anemic and pointless stringing together of stories that are not worth telling, Untogether follows the truncated lives of a group of lost souls in Los Angeles with an overdose of paralyzing cinematic anesthesia.
It's ultimately a movie made of half-formed ideas that struggles in figuring itself out. The cast is fantastic, but their talents are wasted on underdeveloped characters and a marginally thin and all over the place story.
At its chill, observant best resembles what a left coast, smart-satiric-serious kind of romantic comedy might look like going forward as we wean ourselves of the influence a certain bespectacled New York comic auteur has had over the genre for decades.