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James Miller (Character)
from Certified Copy (2010)

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Certified Copy -- In Tuscany to promote his latest book, a middle-aged English writer meets a French woman who leads him to the village of Lucignano. Mistaken as husband and wife, the duo keep up the pretense, spending an afternoon behaving like a long-married couple.
Certified Copy -- The clip "Immortalized" from Certified Copy
Certified Copy -- n Tuscany to promote his latest book, a middle-aged English writer meets a French woman who leads him to the village of Lucignano. There, they are mistaken for a married couple. On the insistence of the woman they keep up the pretence, but as time goes on we realise that there may be more to their seemingly new relationship than meets the eye.

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  1. Certified Copy (2010) Played by William Shimell
    ... aka "Copie conforme" - France (original title)

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From Certified Copy (2010)
James Miller: It seems to me that the human race is the only species who have forgotten the whole purpose of life the whole meaning of existence is to have fun, to have pleasure. and here is someone who's found their own way to do it, we shouldn't judge them for it, if they're happy and enjoying life we should congratulate them not criticize them. See more »

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