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The Price of Kissing (1997)

PG-13 | | Drama, Romance | 6 August 1999 (Italy)
Pauley Perrette plays Renee, a young woman discovering her own meaning of love. From childhood memories of her mother to her own experiences as a young woman, she struggles to find answers ... See full summary »

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Renee (as Pauley P.)
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Larry
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Annette
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Billy
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Jackee
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Ben
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Miles (as William Moses)
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Joe (as Will Foster Stewart)
Kate Carlin ...
Pamela
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Mouse
Ken Baldwin ...
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Yuri
Stuart Black ...
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Jackee's Boyfriend
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Pauley Perrette plays Renee, a young woman discovering her own meaning of love. From childhood memories of her mother to her own experiences as a young woman, she struggles to find answers to life's greatest mystery. From a recommendation of a friend, she becomes the doorman at a local club. There she meets several friends who help her on her journey of discovery. Who will be there when it rains? Written by Anonymous

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Rated PG-13 for some sexuality | See all certifications »
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Film debut of Pauley Perrette, credited as Pauley P. See more »

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Girls growing to become women... guys learning what love is
5 November 2005 | by (Chicago,United States) – See all my reviews

Love is about hurting... love is about overcoming yourself to find your sulfate, which might not be uniquely defined, but once you find him no one else matters. I think the allusion to voodoo and magic is very poetic. Because this is how love works. In a mysterious way, above all conventions and compromises we are taught growing to commit to. Love doesn't abide by fidelity, loyalty, commitment, beautiful words, or romantic gestures. But it does require you to be there for the one you love or the pain you will feel will be so excruciating that will squeeze yourself to complete oblivion. Love doesn't kill but it does make you stronger. You have to look for it genuinely you have to let it mold your character solidify your foundations. Even if you lose it or it doesn't converge to being together with someone at least you will cherish the knowledge of what it means to love.


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