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I Love You, Don't Touch Me! (1997)

The story of a 25 year old virgin girl, looking for the right boyfriend, not realizing that "the one" has been next to her for many years.




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Cast overview, first billed only:
Marla Schaffel ...
Mitchell Whitfield ...
Richard Webber
Lou Candela
Darryl Theirse ...
Wally Kurth ...
David Barclay
Victor Raider-Wexler ...
Debbie Munroe ...
Vagrant (as Tim De Zarn)
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The story of a 25 year old virgin girl, looking for the right boyfriend, not realizing that "the one" has been next to her for many years.

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Just Your Typical Boy-Loves-Girl Who Doesn't Love Boy Till He Loves Other Girl Story


Comedy | Romance

Motion Picture Rating (MPAA)

Rated R for strong language and sexuality | See all certifications »

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Release Date:

20 February 1998 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Jag älskar dig, rör mig inte!  »

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Opening Weekend:

$33,598 (USA) (20 February 1998)


$33,598 (USA) (20 February 1998)

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Catering credits: "No actors were starved during this production thanks to:"... See more »


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Written and Performed by Marla Schaffel
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An Intelligent Romantc Comedy, with Heart
4 July 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Regardless of what some of the more jaded and pseudo sophisticated critics may say this little film is not only charming, but it has a significant message to impart. A woman, who believes that she should care enough about herself not to give her virtue away to any or every Tom, Dick and Harry, is faced with the dilemma that life is passing her by while she awaits the man of her dreams.

She's 25 and has not yet surrendered her virginity despite the fact that she feels passionate about wanting to find someone who cares about her and who she cares about, too. Furthermore, the element of physical attraction must also be present, in the equation, otherwise she knows it just won't be right. One can blame Disney's romantic renderings, of the happily-ever-after prince and princess fairy tales, for the high standards this woman has. However, by the same token, morals enter into her viewpoint, as well, when dealing with married men who hit on her.

She's simply an idealist who writes and performs music, with longing and intensity, about what she wants and doesn't want to have to settle for less than the beauty of true love. Experiencing one fiasco after another she begins to see how impossible the perfection she's seeking is to achieve. She learns the lesson: "Be careful what you wish for," first hand. And it finally dawns on her that the man she was searching for is not the dramatically handsome, charismatic type, oozing with finesse and savoir-faire, but -instead- the somewhat nondescript and stalwart, supportive friend she's loved all along...

The ensemble of actors are uniformly real and believable in their parts. Michael Harris, in particular, playing a famous composer who equates women with food, is very attractive and sensitively seductive as the engaging cad who deflowers the leading lady. The tunes and lyrics, to the songs Marla Schaffel sings, are soulfully written and performed movingly, with great pathos. I highly recommend this film to everyone who has ever yearned for love and for those who continue to do so.

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