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Nailed (2001)

A clothing designer fights to keep her Jewish-Italian family together when her brother decides to have a child with a woman he barely knows.

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Cast

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Tony Romano
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Jeff Romano
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Kelly Sherman
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Fern Romano
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Danny McGooch
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Robin Eastman
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Mia Romano
Richard Voll ...
Brian Romano
Robert Scott Dobbie ...
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Sandra the Midwife
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Madame Divine
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Uncle Robert
Joey Travolta ...
Uncle Dave
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Aunt Rosie
Laura Siskind ...
Cousin Stacy
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An intensely-bonded father and son go to war over the troubled young woman the son has gotten pregnant. The father and the woman vie for the heart and soul of the young man they both love and need. Written by Joel Silverman <jssportguy@cs.com>

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A Son's Desire. A Father's Nightmare. See more »

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Drama | Romance

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Rated R for sexuality and language | See all certifications »

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22 April 2001 (USA)  »

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Accroché  »

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After displaying chest hair in several scenes, Brad Rowe is suddenly smooth-chested in the scene where he's put to bed drunk by Dash Mihok. In later scenes, the chest hair is back again. See more »

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I liked it
30 April 2004 | by See all my reviews

I have no idea whatsoever why but I actually liked the film- not at all how it's described on the box. Brad Rowe plays the son of Harvey Keitel, an Italian-American success story and mom Mary Kay Place, a typical Jewish mother. The lead girl in the film I had seen on recent episodes of "Seventh Heaven". But this movie explores areas of life that just aren't explored in too many films, if any. That is the need for a man to become a father. All the time in films it is explored the need for women to become mothers, but the men are treated as if fatherhood is not for them. Myself, I personally have no wish to ever become a dad, but that's not to say there aren't women who have no desire to ever become a mother. But this was certainly an interesting film with an interesting concept. Well done.


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