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Women Talking Dirty (1999)

Not Rated | | Comedy, Romance | 7 December 2001 (UK)
A lively, outspoken single mother in Edinburgh, Scotland, develops an unlikely friendship with a shy cartoonist.

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Ellen
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Emily Boyle
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George
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Stanley
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Daniel
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Bill O'Brien
Julien Lambroschini ...
Claude
Barbara Rafferty ...
Janine
Elaine C. Smith ...
Irene O'Brien
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Ronald
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Sam
Bertie Highmore ...
Col
Steve Street ...
Man in flash car
Jackie Balfour ...
Midwife
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A lively, outspoken single mother in Edinburgh, Scotland, develops an unlikely friendship with a shy cartoonist.

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Behind every great woman... is her best friend

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Comedy | Romance

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Conversa de Mulheres  »

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$5,000,000 (estimated)
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Freddie Highmore's film debut. See more »

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When the blue Sofa is being removed from the apartment towards the end of the film, it is obvious when outside the building that the cushions the money is meant to be hidden under are removed to make it lighter to carry. See more »

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Sofa Love
Performed by Elton John
Written & Composed by Elton John
Produced & Arranged by Simon Boswell
Published by Happenstance Ltd.
(c) 2001 Rocket Productions Ltd.
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This film is on at the moment and though I can't confirm it medically, I fear it may have given me cancer.
11 August 2006 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I've not even made it through half of this film and I've had to leave my sofa and look it up. It's staggering that this film has been made. It can only have been written by children or by someone who was raised in the woods by magazines. No one speaks or thinks or acts this way. It's impossible to determine whether it's just grossly dismissive of its audience or simply that it is so ineptly conceived and structured that it isn't in fact the intrusively malevolent act that it appears to be and is merely the accidental creation of some misguided woman.

And though I'm not really enjoying it, the worst thing is that I'm almost certain I'm going to sit back down and watch the rest. I hate my life and everyone in it.


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