Holocaust survivor, Herman Broder (Ron Silver), is living in New York City and wrestling with post-war depression. Herman is married to Yadwiga (Margaret Sophie Stein) but also having an affair with Masha (Lena Olin), a married woman. To complicate matters further, Tamara (Anjelica Huston), his first wife who was believed to be killed in a concentration camp, resurfaces in America. "Enemies, A Love Story" is a portrait of life, love, and loss among a man and three women in his life.
Rachel Phelps (Margaret Whitton), the owner of the Cleveland Indians, purposefully constructs a team of low-grade, bottom of the barrel athletes in hopes of finishing in last place and relocating the team. For the athletes, their dream of playing in the big league is finally coming true. They might not be the players that Cleveland fans have always hoped for, but this is a group of men who are determined to make the most of their once-in-a-lifetime opportunity. With a team like this, anything can happen.
Zach Hutton (John Ritter) is a self-centered writer whose compulsive womanizer tendencies and alcoholism caused his marriage to fail. In an effort to win his wife back, Zach attempts to give up his bad habits and playboy tendencies.
In a lawless and violent time, six young outcasts are hired by an English merchant as “regulators” to guard his ranch against the mob, a corrupt and powerful ring. When their employer is killed in an ambush and the law is powerless to punish the killers, the Regulators declare war on the Ring.