Oral surgeons flap their jaws and bare their flaws in The Secret Lives of Dentists (2002), Alan Rudolph's adaptation of The Age of Grief by Jane Smiley. Campbell Scott and Hope Davis are a married pair of mouth doctors with three kids and a pleasant existence, and though things are comfortable, their lives feel a little toothless. Then Campbell spots Hope in the arms of another bloke, and he starts suspecting that his lady is shady. Reserved, repressed Campbell doesn't know what to do—he's torn between following his outraged inner thoughts and keeping his mouth shut in the usual way. Local loudmouth and disgruntled patient Denis Leary comes along to give voice to Campbell's pent-up pissiness. Meanwhile, Robin Tunney gives some lip service to Hope's inner lezziness!