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The Week That Girl Died (1998)

The lives of three lifelong buddies in a small New England fishing town will never be the same after The Week That Girl Died, a touching romantic comedy about finding Ms. Right-at all the ... See full summary »

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Vinnie
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Ralph
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Marita
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Jessie
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Elaine
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The lives of three lifelong buddies in a small New England fishing town will never be the same after The Week That Girl Died, a touching romantic comedy about finding Ms. Right-at all the wrong times. Vinnie (Erik Palladino) bumps into the attractive Jessie(Brigitte Bako) at his uncle's wake, and when his aunt mistakes her for his latest girlfriend, she gladly plays the part-leaving out one small detail. Jimmy(Robert Longstreet) sets his sights on the seedy part of town-only to find love (Justina Machado) waiting for him in the least likely of places. And Ralph (Patrick Fischler) woke up a virgin on Friday morning only to have that situation reversed two times over by Saturday night. With an original score by jazz musician Kevin Eubanks (The Tonight Show with Jay Leno) "The Week That Girl Died" takes the notion of the romantic comedy and gives it a dose of what real people go through. Written by Anonymous

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16 October 1998 (USA)  »

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Great Independent Film
30 March 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I just recently saw "The Week That Girl Died" and I was pleasantly surprised. I say surprised because I am not a big fan of romantic comedies, but this story worked, and it wasn't geared towards any certain audiences because any person I think could relate to this. The acting was very believable and the story was different, but I enjoyed it. There was a lot of cuts of flashbacks from the conversations the friends where having about their relationships. I think that was one of the strongest points of the film. The movie ended leaving a lot of things left alone, but it makes you think which way these characters went with their own situations. I would recommend this to any audiences who enjoys comedies and a lot of different stories packed in one film.


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