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Sex and the City: The Complete Fourth Season (1998)

Cast: Sarah Jessica Parker, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kim Cattrall, more...
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Rating: Not Rated
Studio: HBO Home Video
Languages: English, Spanish
Subtitles: English, Spanish, French
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Synopsis
This comedy drama series, adapted from the book by New York columnist Candace Bushnell, centers around four single women who carve to the core of the Big Apple. Bushnell called the casting of this series "brilliant." Newspaper columnist Carrie Bradshaw (Sarah Jessica Parker) labels herself a "sexual anthropologist." She researches sexual politics for her racy column via info and input from her thirtysomething friends: PR executive Samantha (Kim Cattrall of Creature), art dealer Charlotte (Kristin Davis of Melrose Place), and lawyer Miranda (Cynthia Nixon of Marvin's Room). Carrie both observes and participates in the routines and rituals rampant during Manhattan dating and mating. Women who approach sexual activity in a noncommittal manner are the theme of the pilot episode, directed by Susan Seidelman. Alison Maclean (HBO's Subway Stories) directed the second episode, "Models and Mortals," in which Carrie studies the power possessed by beautiful models and the experiences of both men and women who date only members of the fashion world. Documenting the sex lives of "modelizers," "toxic bachelors," and the like, Bradshaw has various encounters with the wealthy and powerful Mr. Big (Chris Noth of Law & Order), representing the type of man who flirts yet never dates. Other male types delineated here are Artist Guy, Groovy Guy, and Mr. Marvelous. Executive producer and creator Darren Star filmed with locations stretching the Big Apple strata from the chic to the seedy, from halfway habitable hovels to upscale restaurants and glamorous nightclubs. The series premiered June 6, 1998, on HBO and concluded its run after six seasons on February 22, 2004. ~ Bhob Stewart, All Movie Guide

GreenCine Member Ratings

Sex and the City: The Complete Fourth Season (Disc 1 of 3) (1998)
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7.57 (96 votes)
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Sex and the City: The Complete Fourth Season (Disc 2 of 3) (1998)
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Sex and the City: The Complete Fourth Season (Disc 3 of 3) (1998)
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Still showing some life by pelikan May 22, 2003 - 9:06 AM PDT
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Let me just say, that after season 1 & 2 it would of been hard not to be disappointed. During the first season, I actually found the characters rather annoying, but in the end I found the story and characters very interesting.

Without giving anything away, the big difference is that the women are dealing with grown-up issues now. The big problem is the format of the show (a 30 minute psuedo-comedy/drama) just isn't the ideal place to with [spoiler], [spoiler] or [spoiler].

This season is is still waaaay better than your normal network drama or comedy, so it's worth a watch, especially if you've watched the other seasons.

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