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Dinner and Driving (1997)

Unrated | | Comedy, Romance
Jason, an English teacher and struggling writer, has been dating his girlfriend Laura for three years now and feeling that it's time to make a commitment, they decide to get married. But ... See full summary »

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Jason
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Laura
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Grace
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Samantha
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Michael
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Jenise
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Larry
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Roz
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Rita
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Barry
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Arguing Woman in Cafe
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Arguing Man in Cafe
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Barbara
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Eva
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Frank
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Jason, an English teacher and struggling writer, has been dating his girlfriend Laura for three years now and feeling that it's time to make a commitment, they decide to get married. But the factors as well as bad advice from their parents, siblings and friends put a cloud of gloom on the couple, which gets more complicated with the arrival of Grace, Jason's former girlfriend from high school, which threatens to destroy the engagement and life between him and Laura for good. Written by Matt Patay <pataygs@voicenet.com>

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Sometimes love takes a wrong turn.

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As The Stars Fall Away
Performed by Angela McCluskey
Written by Peter Himmelman
Published by Himmasongs
Produced by Peter Himmelman
Angela McCluskey appears courtesy of DGC Records
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Wonderful Little Film, A good example of Indy Film making.
12 February 2001 | by (Los Angeles, CA) – See all my reviews

This was a delightful example of the under $500k Indy Film. Shot in rented houses, and relatives backyards, this film had acting and flow that was superior to many big studio films. Joey Slotnick was good as the pained lead character, but Sam Robards stole the scenes as his lecherous brother. It was a good turn for party of 5 star Paula Devic, and another place to see the a short clip of Indy film standard L. Christian Mixon. All in all it is a good watch, and a fine date flick.


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