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When Will I Be Loved? (1990)

Three disillusioned wives who are contemplating divorce compare notes on their stormy marriages.

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Maxie Howard
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Barbara Patterson
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Julie Weston
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Eric Patterson
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Martin Ransil
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Ron Weston (as Christopher P. Meloni)
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Jerry Howard
Dan Albright ...
Doctor
Jane Berman ...
Ruth
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Reporter
John Clark ...
Waiter
Steven Arthur Clements ...
Hair Stylist
Joanne Daniels ...
Dr. Dorothy Tuchner
J. Don Ferguson ...
Man at Bar #1
Ted Henning ...
Building Manager
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Three women meet at a divorce lawyer's office and become each other's pillar through this trying time. Maxie and her husband are constantly bickering, Julie's pregnant and her husband's a compulsive gambler, and Barbara discovers that her husband has a child with another woman. The question is who among them will go through with the divorce and who will reconcile with their husband? Written by <rcs0411@yahoo.com>

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3 December 1990 (USA)  »

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Elválunk, szerelmem?  »

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1.33 : 1
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Title song sung by Crystal Bernard
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28 April 2007 | by See all my reviews

When I was younger I got bored and ended up switching channels on television then I came across When will I be Loved. At first I thought I wouldn't like it but I ended up getting interested in it and started liking it. Ever since then I've been wanting to see it again but it never showed up again. I think it's a good movie because it's a more wholesome movie then what you see now. So I hope my request to have it put on DVD isn't too much to ask I love that it shows a good sense of togetherness and it makes you feel any and all emotions you could possibly feel. Again my only request is to buy this movie on DVD. I really love this movie a lot and want to be able to watch it whenever I want to. Thank You, Dreamgirlsdreams


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