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Robert Downey Sr.
Cliff De Young
Just like the title, a sweet film with engaging performances.
A really good film that I have managed to see on a rough cut videotape. Not having anything to do with the film, I can only say, that according to IMDB, this is a debut film for the lead actress and the writer/director. Wow. Both women do great work here, and it's always great to see Daniel Travanti again. "Something Sweet", indeed!
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