A remake of Romeo and Juliet, set in a modern day high school.

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Cast

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Elizabeth Monroe
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Ronnie Monroe
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Julie Cappell
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Arthur Cappell
Alexandra Purvis ...
Willa Cappell
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Trudy
Brad Payne ...
Tim Cappell
Jade Pawluk ...
Paul Reese
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Marty
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Clare
Yôko Sakai ...
Gail
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Hal
Zinaid Memisevic ...
Peshlov
Kevin Conway ...
Tucker
Marcus Turner ...
Chuck
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Storyline

Capulet becomes Cappell, and Montague becomes Monroe in yet another modernized adaptation of Shakespeare's classic "Romeo & Juliet." This time, the adult family members are feuding by way of a mayoral election, while Ronnie & Julie are the ice-skating lovers (he in hockey, and she as a figure skater.) Written by Bruce Sturtevant <futura@snip.net>

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Drama | Romance | Sport

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Rated PG for mild teen scuffles and some rough hockey action | See all certifications »
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30 March 1997 (USA)  »

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Ronnie & Julie - Verbotene Küsse  »

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Trivia

The snow used in the opening scenes was actually bulk mashed-potato flakes from Costco. See more »

Goofs

In the scene where Ronnie and Julie fall in a pile of snow after skating and while the sister is spying, you can see the snow bounce with them as they fall. See more »

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SOMETHING HAPPENED TO MY HEART
Written & Produced by Craig Salkeld, Miles Hill, Jim Gutteridge
& Darryl Bennett
Performed by Tanya Hacheroff & Cameron Grant
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Alright for a TV movie
26 September 1999 | by (Sydney, Australia) – See all my reviews

This movie was alright. They could have made it much better by making it a comedy like all the other Shakespeare stories which have been made into high school based comedies. The ending was also disappointing, there was no real moral to the story.


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