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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
Lou Rawls ...
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
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Renee's Father
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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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El precio del amor  »

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Appealing performers but awful material
20 July 2003 | by (Ann Arbor, Michigan) – See all my reviews

This movie has a few good performances going for it -- and that's all it has going for it. The leads, especially Pauley Perrette, are appealing. (Although some of the bit players seem to be acting from a teleprompter.) The material -- that is the problem. I feel as though the screenwriter/director watched the entire run of Felicity in one sitting, then sat down to write a script without catching any sleep. It really did remind me of Felicity -- a thoughtful young woman finding herself, finding love, with a shake-them-up-and- see-what-happens approach to the characters and their relationships. Except that while I usually enjoyed watching Felicity, this movie left me cold. The writing is just awful. It's amazing that the cast could come off as well as they did, as the dialogue is dull at best. At its worst it becomes trite, stilted and amateurish. There is nothing original here, with plot elements recycled from gimmicks that weren't so brilliant to begin with. (Angels and fortune tellers? Come on.) For the first half of the movie, I rooted for the actors and hoped to be rewarded for my patience. By the second half, I just wished for it to end already. My sympathies to the cast, who deserved a better vehicle for their talents.


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