Connie is not given much time, but Kennedy always excels in showing his honest want for his brother to do the right thing, in a simple yet moving fashion. His reactions throughout actually hold quite a bit weight from those moments of being the conscience to Midge, but also in the moments of revealing Connie's own feeling to one of the women Midge so quickly disregards. Connie finally stops being quiet as Midge becomes worse and worse. He finally challenges Midge completely and sadly reacts to the fallen Midge. Kennedy always stays honest, and as effective as he can be with his thankless role. When is given the chance he does well, especially in his final scene where he shows his honest love for his brother one last time. It's a strong performance from Kennedy, he isn't often the focus however even off to the side he makes an impact.