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27 February 2011 (Belgium) See more »
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After a man finally gets over his former girlfriend, who has moved to Los Angeles and become a television star, and falls in love with another woman, the former girlfriend's show is canceled and she wants him back. Full summary » | Add synopsis »
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  (in credits order)

Milla Jovovich ... Nadine

David Krumholtz ... Owen

William Baldwin ... Brady

Denise Richards ... Chloe
Dan Montgomery Jr. ... Jack

Jessica Cauffiel ... Diane
Landy Cannon ... Rodger
Katia Corriveau ... Crystal (as Katia Carriveau)
Christopher Crumb ... John
Quancetia Hamilton ... Gospel Singer
Michael O'Dwyer ... Security Guard
Kim Bourne ... Waitress

Stephen Bogaert ... Publicist (as Stephan Bogaert)
Jordan Hecht ... Jordie
Catherine Fitch ... Bartender
Michael Campbell ... Russ

Stephanie Belding ... Stacey
Darren Frost ... Ritchie

Dan Willmott ... Director

Michelle Nolden ... Studio Woman
Emanuel Arruda ... Studio Man

Fiona Highet ... Woman with Clipboard
Jeanne Beker ... Herself
Scott Wickware ... Cop

Boyana Balta ... Girl #1 (as Bella Balta)
Shannon Jobe ... Girl #2
Chuck Byrn ... Guy #1

Albert Chung ... Guy #2

Vince Corazza ... Jeffery

Deborah Odell ... Audrey
Maureen Kirkpatrick ... Make Up Person

Nadia Dajani ... Jasmine

Michael A. Nickles ... Rich
Fiona Carver ... Girlfriend
Ian Downey ... Judge

Marqus Bobesich ... Guy with Mirror
Carol Dalziel ... Hostess
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Shamakah Ali ... Band Member

Sandra Guerard ... Girl in Restaurant (uncredited)
Paul Huggett ... Funny Romantic Dinner Date guy (uncredited)
Bill Kotsatos ... Bus Stop Man (uncredited)
Paul Mota ... Audience Member / Camera Operator (uncredited)

Emmanuel Todorov ... Passer-by (uncredited)

Directed by
Brian Burns 
Writing credits
(in alphabetical order)
Brian Burns  written by

Produced by
Tom Berry .... producer
Brian Burns .... executive producer
Alex Campbell .... producer
George Gatins .... associate producer
Frank Hübner .... producer
Al Munteanu .... executive producer
Peter Pastorelli .... associate producer: New York
D.J. Paul .... associate producer: Los Angeles
Peter Popp .... executive producer
Gerald Schubert .... executive producer
Cathy Schulman .... producer
Robert Wertheimer .... co-producer
Robert Wertheimer .... line producer
Stefan Wodoslawsky .... co-producer
Rick Yorn .... producer
Original Music by
David Schwartz 
Cinematography by
David Herrington 
Film Editing by
William Henry 
Casting by
Sarah Finn  (as Sarah Halley Finn)
Randi Hiller 
Production Design by
Alicia Keywan 
Art Direction by
Craig Lathrop 
Set Decoration by
William Kemper Wright 
Costume Design by
Delphine White 
Makeup Department
Kelly Kavanagh .... makeup artist
Diana Ladyshewsky .... department head hair stylist: Mr. Dennehy
Marie Nardella .... makeup department head
Eva Polywka .... additional makeup artist: NY
Eva Polywka .... assistant makeup artist
Production Management
Reinhild Gräber .... production supervisor: ApolloMedia
Rudolf Kurz .... production supervisor: ApolloMedia
Isabelle Riva .... post-production supervisor
Adam J. Shully .... unit production manager
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
John Board .... first assistant director
Gavin Chen .... third assistant director
Sara MacDonald .... second assistant director
Tiffany Merrit .... trainee assistant director
Kevin J. Moore .... assistant director
Curtis Smith .... second second assistant director
Jeremy Timmons .... third assistant director
Art Department
Alan Doucette .... on-set dresser
Dawn H. Fisher .... third assistant art director
Joanna Tracey Heaton .... clearance and research
John Moran .... assistant art director
Shelley Silverman .... third assistant art director (as Shelley H. Silverman)
Arlindo Vicente .... lead man
Sound Department
Tim Archer .... supervising sound editor
Brian Eimer .... supervising sound editor
Michael LaCroix .... production sound mixer
Grant McAlpine .... sound editor
Regan Ramos .... sound effects editor
Julian Townsend .... sound utility: new york
Camera and Electrical Department
David Breeze .... gaffer
George Hines .... electrician
William Hines .... electrician
Marek Krawczyk .... electrician
John Medland .... still photographer
Louis Petraglia .... electrician
David Reppen .... electrician (uncredited)
Casting Department
Jon Comerford .... casting: Canada
Larissa Giroux .... casting associate: Canada
Costume and Wardrobe Department
Frankie Ritacco .... wardrobe supervisor
Marcia Scott .... assistant costume designer
Carol Wong .... costume buyer
Editorial Department
Isabelle Malenfant .... assistant editor
Location Management
Bryn Garrison .... assistant location manager
Dave Ginsberg .... assistant location manager
Andrew Saxe .... location manager
Music Department
Manish Raval .... music consultant
Erica Weis .... orchestrator
Tom Wolfe .... music consultant
Transportation Department
William L. Tataryn .... exclusive driver: Milla Jovovich
Other crew
Pauline Chung .... set supervisor
Melissa Girotti .... assistant production coordinator
Robin Hayman .... production assistant
Vanessa Hill .... production assistant
Justin Kelly .... payroll accountant
Chandra Keyes .... publicity coordinator
Victoria Lang .... set production assistant
Nicholas Owen Langholff .... set production assistant
Matt Lawford .... shortfall insurance
Karine Martin .... business affairs executive
JoAnne Rivers .... production coordinator
Michael Wardlow .... assistant to producer
Dan Gosse .... security officer (uncredited)

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95 min
Aspect Ratio:
1.85 : 1 See more »
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Did You Know?

After their all-nighter, Nadine and Owen are seen coming out of a movie theatre showing Sidewalks of New York (2001), which was produced by director Brian Burns, and directed by his brother Edward Burns.See more »
Errors made by characters (possibly deliberate errors by the filmmakers): At one point, Jack makes a reference to "the moons of Venus", but Venus has no natural satellites. However, he indicated some annoyance at Chloe's obsession with astrology and may simply not have known.See more »
Chloe:Wait, it's not what you think.
Owen:Oh, no? I suppose you guys were not having sex, he was just looking for his keys, I guess.
Chloe:We were working on a scene.
Owen:What kinda scene? One in which you play a barnyard animal?
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Movie Connections:
References Sidewalks of New York (2001)See more »
Mezzanine DreamSee more »


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7 out of 8 people found the following review useful.
I agree with some comments however..., 30 July 2006
Author: Harbinger1 from Victorville, California

This is a nice little film that although not very original is still charming enough to watch on a lazy Saturday afternoon. I think some of the comments that are posted here are much too harsh. When someone says why would anyone stay with such a bitch as Denise Richard's character well the answer is very obvious. The lead character is a guy, and well sometimes all we guys see is the outer beauty. The lead character is willing to overlook the fact that she is a horrible person. We have all tried to hang on to a girl who when in perspective we look back and think "what the hell was I thinking?" I am sure that girls have had the same experiences in their lives. I think the guy was a little whinny though, and after a period of a few months he should have just let her go. Milla is so cute and sweet, you keep thinking to yourself, is this guy blind or what. That is the problem with love, it tends to make fools of us all. Sometimes in a good way, sometimes not. I recommend renting this one if only to look at some of the situations and say to yourself, hey that is me!

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