No one has ever asked me to dance before. “I can see her sparking to you.” She thinks a man like him needs a good woman like that. But the film has more to do with a woman who finds protection for her female emotions and self person, and love all at once. At the same time, the psychiatrist names her gift of prophesy as a primitive instinct. She agrees to take his advice. Love has made a young man of me, boasts Leo, after the older women warn him about getting a hernia by carrying his young bride across the threshold of the butcher shop. But for Leo, his biggest thrill of each day, keeping the customers satisfied, does not know how very much his new bride does. Off of the coast of the Carolinas, Marina, as a beautiful Demi Moore, always knew what people desired long before she did. She had had her share of suitors. As the years went by, she fevered with anticipation. Although grannie called it hormones, the once little girl who lived atop a lighthouse over that great, misty-salted ocean there, a twin-tailed comet crossed her path, and at that moment at the same time a magical gift from a far-away-place rushed up on shore. The day the fish she caught coughed up a wedding band, she knew it as the undefinable moment of the sign she would soon meet her mate. Truth be told, Marina had had just about enough of grannie’s wisdom. She was ready to meet her Adonis, her Zeus. “Love is the leap that won’t be denied…what a leap I made, from my little island, to his.” How will she ever know for sure when the right one comes. Big changes, and a nice surprise. Don’t be afraid. Just stand up to it. “Then Alex it is.” Marina begins to give prophesies to each person as comes. “We’ll talk?” The publisher thanks her for the help. “Looking toward it.” Marina assures her comfortably. Everyone is so happy for Leo and his new bride Marina. Filmed upon the realm of only one block of one small New York neighborhood, everything a body may need lives right on that street. The butcher shop, where Marina and her new husband live on top of. A place to eat, such as a diner. And places to shop and buy everything a woman wants from fancy sequined dresses to pretty expensive wing-top white shoes and a shiny diamond butterfly shape bow up top of them, her new husband asks her to dance on the first night home. “I’m sure glad I found you,” he said. She said, “I found you.” She is a very wise woman, the live-in girlfriend of the psychiatrist tells him. She advises him that Marina advised her to marry him. Why would you take the advice of a strange woman who works at a butcher shop over me, asks the perplexed psychiatrist. She befriends a young boy who a magnificent artist and feels lowly about his talent, and before the film is out, Marina hit it better on the nose than the psychiatrist. She hires him, the young boy at the butcher shop, and soon has him sweeping up all of the bad luck which once came from the north coast. The psychiatrist comes by upset, and wonders what gives with Eugene spending all of his time now working for Marina. The butcher has other trouble. “It’s all in the rhythm,” advises Marina trying to slow everybody now and make them think better, more reasonable and wise. She tells her husband calmly repeatedly that the meat packaged deliverer from afar has a day delay. Her husband who knows nothing, she (Marina) tells him,”What I am saying, and what people hear are not always the same thing.” Marina goes out to be friendly and greet each person around her and her neighborhood each day. She even helps the church music teacher at the local church, to become something different. She helps her to achieve a lifetime dream and a strange twist of things come full-circle and changes it all before the story is over. The butcher and the music teacher both love the same music. And the psychiatrist and the clerk at the butcher shop, both like to help people. Love takes as long as it takes, Marina states. Also, a woman looking for love during one instance seeks the wrong house. And then again, to always love throughout all, even that high morale seems to frighten a few people who do not understand how Marina came from a place all alone, to a place where people live. Her new husband asks the psychiatrist to take his new wife Marina on at this therapy practice. His concern over her new baby chicken and the elder women who gave him (the baby chicken) to her (Marina), & Leo who also in love, is just beside himself. At the same time, the psychiatrist whose practice taken to a new level of profitable height due to the new presence of Marina on the scene, finds him highly interested about how exactly Marina, knows things. “You hear voices, premonitions?” Asks the psychiatrist. “Do you roller-skate?” asks Marina.