Pamela Drury is unhappy, and alone. On her birthday she stumbles across a photo of Robert Dickson, and wonders what would've happened had she said yes to his proposal. A freak accident ...
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Pamela Drury is unhappy, and alone. On her birthday she stumbles across a photo of Robert Dickson, and wonders what would've happened had she said yes to his proposal. A freak accident causes Pamela to live out the life she could've had, but is the grass on the other side always greener? Written by
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Ça Plane Pour Moi
Performed by Plastic Bertrand
Written by Lou De Prijck (as Lou De-Prijck) and Yves Lacomblez
With permission of Roland Kluger Music/BMG, Universal Music Publishing NV/SA
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A Delightful and Surrealistic Movie, With Touches of `Sliding Doors'
Pamela Drury (Rachel Griffiths) is a single thirty and so years old woman very dissatisfied with her life. She writes a column in a magazine for women and she regrets why she did not say `yes' to the proposal of her boy friend Robert Dickson (David Roberts) thirteen years ago. Her dates are usually terrible, and the last guy she met apparently has a wife and two daughters. She is almost committing suicide, when she suddenly meets herself on the street, married with Robert. She becomes the other `her', but with memories from her single life. The situations are very funny and dramatic. This is really a surprising good movie, with some touches of the 1998 `Sliding Doors'. Rachel Griffiths has a great performance and is very charming and delightful in this surrealistic movie. Since Pamela keeps her memory of her previous life, it is really funny to see how she handles a type of life 180 degrees from hers. My vote is eight.
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