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Love Is Strange (1999)

A romantic comedy which follows the deteriorating condition of a witty judge as she passes witty wisdom from her full court docket while taking chemotherapy.
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Kathryn McClain
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Tom Ainsworth
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Sylvia McClain
Kevin Patrick Walls ...
Michael
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Marion
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Daniel
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Bruce (as Christopher Stack)
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Lane Mincey
Frank Roberts ...
Dr. Hurley
Bob Griggs ...
Frank McClain
Marjorie Nelson ...
Mildred
Chrisse Roccaro ...
Nurse Kelly
Moultrie Patten ...
Mr. Otto
Nurmi Husa ...
Dean
Oscar DeGruy ...
Benjamin
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A romantic comedy which follows the deteriorating condition of a witty judge as she passes witty wisdom from her full court docket while taking chemotherapy.

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Comedy | Drama

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8 February 1999 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

De tout mon coeur  »

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1.33 : 1
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Tom Ainsworth: I don't know what to say...
Kathryn McClain: Don't say anything unless you have the answer.
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Start Over Again
Written by Tena Clark and Greg Wells
Performed by Terry Wood
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Muffled
29 June 2003 | by (Austin, Texas) – See all my reviews

Sometimes it seems like the filmmakers wanted this to be a florid, emotional "three-hanky" movie. But then they cast two leads who are about as unemotional as any in the business. The music says tearjerker, but the dialogue says subtle. Regardless, whoever wrote the plot synopsis that called this a "romantic comedy" doesn't know romantic comedies very well. Even muted as it is, this is a thoroughly serious movie. Kevin Walls (as the couple's son) and Julie Harris (as her mother) are much more interesting than Nelligan and Silver. Overall, this film is a little too middle-of-the-road to have much lasting impact.


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