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I Love You, I Love You Not (1996)

PG-13 | | Drama, Romance | 31 October 1997 (USA)
Prep school student Daisy and her European-born grandmother Nana share the sad stories of their lives: Daisy tells Nana of her romance with young Ethan and problems in school because she's ... See full summary »

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Daisy / Young Nana
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Ethan / SS Officer
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Tony
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Seth
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Alison
Emily Burkes-Nossiter ...
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Carrie Szlasa ...
Jane (as Carrie Slaza)
Natasha Wolff ...
Hope
Josiah A. Mayo ...
Chris
Brandon Danziger ...
Josh
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Alex
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Dora
Frederick Neumann ...
School Principal
Peter F. Hopkins ...
Mr. Douglas
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Prep school student Daisy and her European-born grandmother Nana share the sad stories of their lives: Daisy tells Nana of her romance with young Ethan and problems in school because she's Jewish; and Nana tells of her young years under Nazis when she was sent to ghetto and then to concentration camp. Written by Anonymous

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Drama | Romance

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Rated PG-13 for brief strong language and teen drinking | See all certifications »

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Me quiere, no me quiere  »

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Julia Stiles' movie debut. See more »

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Slow, delivers the message suddenly
23 August 1999 | by (California, USA) – See all my reviews

Well, this is certainly a fast forward movie to be rented, with many parts that could be zapped past.

It does explore how one grows up and deals with the pains of youth, and surprisingly, it does end with a splash that isn't expected, yet makes sense in review the movie.

It's certainly worth seeing along with a field trip to the Simon Wiesenthal Center in Southern California to understand the background of the story and to get a better grasp of the complexities of emotions that many have to deal with even today.

But it isn't a movie that is very deep nor giving. The viewer is left sitting there with the ending, and yet wondering why bother as the movie does deliver fully in engrossing the viewer and placing them into another world. It is a third person movie and you are that 3rd person -- a casual observer never to really enter.

A first draft, by a child, compared to Schindler's List.


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