shaggy

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shaggy

/shag·gy/ (shag´e)
1. covered with, having, or resembling rough long hair or wool.
2. having a rough texture or surface or hairlike processes.
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While this tact has undeniable novelty (not to mention budget-slashing) value, it's far better suited to Figgis' shaggily improvised one-offs than to a sprawling story largely set within the uppermost tiers of wealth and class.
Stylishly sketching in its heroine's awkwardness and inferiority complex during her sister's elegant wedding party at the family manse in San Francisco, pic has the pretty, blond Harper Sloane (Sarah Polley) avoiding her social responsibilities by hanging out with the wedding photographer, Connie Fitzpatrick (Stephen Rea), a shaggily attractive Irishman who sympathetically plays into Harper's discomfort at the formal event.