Aspiring photographer Susan Weinblatt (Melanie Mayron) and would-be poet Anne Munroe (Anita Skinner) are best friends and roommates in a five-flight walk-up on Manhattan's Upper West Side. But one day Anne decides to marry and move out. When the best friends go their separate ways, Girl Friends focuses on what happens to the one left behind. It's about valuable, delicate and complex ties that bind people -- girlfriends, boyfriends, husbands and lovers. Producer/director Claudia Weill (It's My Turn) captures the offbeat charm and edgy moments of city life -- as well as a gem of a performance by Mayron (thirtysomething, Missing) in her first starring role. As Susan, she's "warm and funny, human and lovable" (Cosmopolitan), just as Girl Friends is "a movie to treasure" (Kathleen Carroll, New York Daily News).