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Truly Madly Deeply
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Release Date:
24 May 1991 (USA) See more »
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A romantic comedy about finding love when it's least expected! See more »
Plot:
Once upon a time there were two people in love, their names were Nina and Jamie. They were even happy enough to be able to live happily ever after... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Awards:
Won BAFTA Film Award. Another 16 wins & 5 nominations See more »
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(29 articles)
Ghost movie heading to the small screen
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The top 20 underappreciated films of 1990
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touching portrait of a real relationship See more (103 total) »

Cast

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Juliet Stevenson ... Nina
Jenny Howe ... Burge
Carolyn Choa ... Translator

Bill Paterson ... Sandy
Christopher Rozycki ... Titus
Keith Bartlett ... Plumber

David Ryall ... George
Stella Maris ... Maura
Ian Hawkes ... Harry

Deborah Findlay ... Claire

Alan Rickman ... Jamie
Vania Vilers ... Frenchman
Arturo Venegas ... Roberto
Richard Syms ... Symonds

Michael Maloney ... Mark
Mark Long ... Isaac
Teddy Kempner ... Freddie
Graeme Du-Fresne ... Pierre
Frank Baker ... Bruno
Tony Bluto ... Anthony
Awam Amkpa ... Ghost
Hamilton Baillie ... Ghost
Nick Burge ... Ghost
Steven Deproost ... Ghost

Nitin Ganatra ... Ghost (as Nitin Genatra)
Leroy Joseph ... Ghost
Jonathan Lunn ... Ghost
Eddie Vincent ... Ghost
Tom Yang ... Ghost
Heather Williams ... Midwife
Henry James ... Maura's Baby
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Directed by
Anthony Minghella 
 
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(in alphabetical order)
Anthony Minghella 

Produced by
Robert Cooper .... producer
Simon Mills .... associate producer
Mark Shivas .... executive producer
 
Original Music by
Barrington Pheloung 
 
Cinematography by
Remi Adefarasin 
 
Film Editing by
John Stothart 
 
Casting by
Michelle Guish 
 
Production Design by
Barbara Gosnold 
 
Art Direction by
Jim Holloway 
 
Costume Design by
James Keast 
 
Makeup Department
Jayne Buxton .... makeup artist
Fran Needham .... makeup artist
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Todd Austin .... second assistant director
Peter Markham .... first assistant director
 
Art Department
Joe Cleveland .... stand-by craftsman
Gill Farr .... production buyer
David Gray .... construction manager
Iain Macdonald .... graphic designer
 
Sound Department
Jim Greenhorn .... sound mixer
Helen Whitehead .... dubbing editor
Aad Wirtz .... sound re-recording mixer
 
Special Effects by
Graham Brown .... special effects supervisor
 
Visual Effects by
Ian Legg .... visual effects consultant
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Andrew Bailey .... electrician
Barry Boxall .... still photographer
Geoff Burden .... electrician
Pat Deveney .... gaffer
Mickey Ellis .... grip (as Micky Ëllis)
Peter Loring .... focus puller
Barry Moore .... electrician (as Barry More)
Jay Jay Odedra .... clapper loader
 
Music Department
Andy Brown .... music contractor
Keith Gunn .... music recording engineer
The London Metropolitan Orchestra .... music performed by
Andrew T. Mackay .... assistant to composer
Simon Mills .... music advisor
 
Other crew
Catherine Hignett .... secretary to producer
Christine McMurrich .... location manager
Jayne Spooner .... script supervisor
 

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Rated PG for mature theme and mild language
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106 min
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The Charles Chaplin film the ghosts are watching that gets cut off is Easy Street (1917).See more »
Quotes:
Titus:[shows up at Nina's apartment with flowers] I make decision. We go to Paris. Make love for one week.
Nina:[laughs] Oh, Titus. You're fab. You're so sweet.
[face falls when he shows her tickets]
Nina:Oh, dear. Titus, I can't go to Paris with you.
Titus:You do not like Paris? You don't want to make love?
Nina:For a week? Oh, no, no, no.
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Movie Connections:
References Brief Encounter (1945)See more »
Soundtrack:
Raining in My HeartSee more »

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23 out of 24 people found the following review useful.
touching portrait of a real relationship, 6 April 2003
Author: Jennifer Caritas (jennifer@stylefish.com) from san antonio, texas

This is a beautiful little movie. Juliet Stevenson (as Nina) plays one of the most authentic female leads I've ever seen: She bawls full-out, complete with fluids; she looks like a man in bad lighting; she's passive aggressive and irritable and loveable and likeable and real. Likewise, Alan Rickman's character, Jamie, is peevish, like all of us, self-centered, like all of us, but beautiful and unique and again, real. Unlike the schmaltz we're fed here in the states, where dialogue consists of rehearsed speeches (think Jerry Maguire) and love seems skin-deep, this is a couple that seems not only to love each other but to genuinely like each other; a couple that has their own language, as long-term couples do (and it's not translated, which is so refreshing), a couple that can be silly with each other and irritated with each other within minutes; that can have spats that are not high drama or the beginning of the end or anything other than the end of a long day in a too-hot apartment. The ending broke my heart yet seemed like the most natural and right course of action. Truly stunning.

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