Nosey Parker

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This article is about the 2003 film. For the Archbishop of Canterbury with that nickname, see Matthew Parker. For the fictional character with the nickname Nosey, see Aloysius Parker.

Nosey Parker is a 2003 film directed by John O'Brien.

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Sick of suburbia, Natalie and Richard Newman move to rural Vermont, where they expect the unspoiled setting and intrinsic values to rejuvenate their marriage. Natalie wants to start a family; Richard, who has grown children from a first marriage, does not. As a compromise they build a trophy house. The construction of the dreamhouse inevitably leads to a visit from the local tax assessor (lister). Enter George Lyford, a lister and farmer, who over the course of two inspections, develops a flirtation with Natalie, which results in his becoming her handyman.

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