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10 February 1995 (UK) See more »
What would happen if your lover could read your mind?
Katie can read minds. Being desirable, the male minds she reads are all thinking of one thing. She always... See more » | Add synopsis »
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Mark Frankel ... Daniel Becker

Amanda Pays ... Katie Burrough

Roshan Seth ... Sandip Tamar

Jason Isaacs ... Harry

Maryam d'Abo ... Caroline

Helen Lederer ... Cop
Malcolm Cooper ... Cop

Annette Crosbie ... Mrs. Dwyer

Neil Mullarkey ... Parris
Liza Walker ... Lucy
Kelly Salmon ... Young Katie in Garden
Ricky Jones ... Young Boy in Garden
Diana Eskell ... Squeegee Girl
Robert Harley ... Busy Man / Barman
Colin Wakefield ... Businessman
Philip Fox ... Businessman
Michael Shaw ... Scientist
Alister Cameron ... Scientist
Carli Harris ... Clare
Rosalind Knight ... Receptionist
Michael Schneider ... Vincenzo Angelino
Paul Simpkin ... Waiter
Jestyn Phillips ... Middle-aged Man on Tube

Joan Blackham ... Middle-aged Woman on Tube
David Fishley ... Casually Dressed Man on Tube
Caroline Leddy ... Young Woman on Tube
Norman Caro ... Joe the Florist

Isobel Raine ... Wet `n' Wild Assistant
Geoff Deane ... Man in Bookshop
Mick Pilsworth ... Man in Bookshop
John Lahr ... Man in Bookshop
Tony Banks ... Man in Bookshop
Arthur Smith ... Man in Bookshop
John Levitt ... Sharples

Catherine Russell ... Julie Parris
Otto Jarman ... Neighbour
Stephan Schwartz ... Neighbour
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Richard Fairbrass ... Himself (as Right Said Fred)

Directed by
Gary Sinyor 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Gary Sinyor 

Produced by
Stephen Alexander .... co-executive producer
Paul Brooks .... co-executive producer
Andrew Cohen .... co-executive producer
Richard Holmes .... producer
Nick O'Hagan .... line producer
Original Music by
David A. Hughes 
Cinematography by
Henry Braham 
Film Editing by
Ewa J. Lind 
Casting by
Emma Style 
Production Design by
Carmel Collins 
Costume Design by
Rodger Parker 
Makeup Department
Jacquette .... makeup artist
Jacquetta Levon .... key hair stylist
Jacquetta Levon .... makeup designer
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Aidan Boulter .... assistant director
Jon Harris .... third assistant director
Lulu O'Hagan .... second assistant director (as Lulu M. Hordle)
Art Department
Aron Clayton .... construction runner
Sound Department
Julie Ankerson .... foley artist
John Fewell .... foley artist
Richard Flynn .... boom operator
Stuart Wilson .... production sound mixer
Stuart Wilson .... sound designer
Special Effects by
Michèle Spoonley .... special effects
Stuart St. Paul .... stunt coordinator
Camera and Electrical Department
John Foster .... first assistant camera
Tony Haughey .... grip
Rod Marley .... second assistant camera
Larry Randall .... gaffer
Oliver Upton .... still photographer
Location Management
Dee Gregson .... location manager
Tim Porter .... location manager
Music Department
Mark Berrow .... musician: violin
Other crew
Pat Harding .... production accountant
Sarah Nichols .... accountant: representing investors (as Sarah Lucraft)
Vivianne Royal .... script supervisor

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Rated R for some language and a sex scene
106 min
Color (Eastmancolor)
Sound Mix:

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A sci/fi romance comedy, 11 October 2005
Author: billyr-2 from United States

This movie is a pleasure to watch. Its pace, storyline and characters keep the viewer involved. The premise is almost cliché, but this particular movie brings a humanistic/realistic aspect. This movie reminds me a lot of Mel Gibson's 'what women want.' However, with major differences. First and foremost its made in the UK. This means that none of the Hollywood producers were involved. As a result the movie is honest and realistic instead of fake and over-hyped. Secondly it brings something like ESP to an everyday level. In one scene the main character, while in the company of her boyfriend, reads a mans mind and doesn't like what she 'hears' so she slaps the man and walks away. Of course the man is dumbfounded, so her boyfriend shrugs his shoulders and calmly states 'she's got ESP.'

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