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Dare to Love (1995)

A mentally fragile woman is pushed over the edge by the death of her brother, to whom she was inordinately close.

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Jessica Wells
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Patrick
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Ron Wells
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Stephen
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Dr. Anderson
Lorri Lindberg ...
Cecily
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Private detective
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Alicia Wells
David Lenthall ...
Daniel Allyson
Judy Simpson ...
Edna
Dottie Grissom-Hardin ...
Barbara
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John
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Phil Collet
Gina Stewart ...
Sissy
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A mentally fragile woman is pushed over the edge by the death of her brother, to whom she was inordinately close.

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17 December 1995 (USA)  »

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A Ousadia de Amar  »

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Jessica: They're trying to kill me!
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At Last
Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Mack Gordon
Sung by Merry Clayton
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Movie: Dare to Love
22 November 2003 | by (Ca. USA) – See all my reviews

This movie really got me. I think it's about the best I've seen on the subject of love , loyalty and devotion: the parent's , the boy friend and Josie.

Every time I need an eyewash I watch the last three major scenes. The last one, the dance , is beyond beautiful. I would have loved to watch this movie being made. The director and writer are the best. And Josie , whom I'd never seen before, well, she was superb in her role. All in my humble opinion, of course.

Michael aka Zoro 2


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