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Lighthouse Hill (2004)

When successful London publisher Charlie (Jason Flemyng) starts thinking that his life is a failure, he hits the road and soon stumbles upon a curious old hotel and a bevy of oddball locals... See full summary »

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When successful London publisher Charlie (Jason Flemyng) starts thinking that his life is a failure, he hits the road and soon stumbles upon a curious old hotel and a bevy of oddball locals, including the enchanting Grace (Kirsty Mitchell). As Charlie falls for the beauty, he begins to understand what it means to love and truly live. This charming romantic comedy from director David Fairman co-stars Samantha Beckinsale and Frank Finlay. Written by Movie_Watcher

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4 May 2004 (UK)  »

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$10,000,000 (estimated)
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applause, applause... after seeing the US premiere
19 May 2003 | by See all my reviews

I had the opportunity to attend the Jacksonville Film Festival and see this film. What a delight. Excellent script, dialogue, characters, acting, and production value. Can't wait to purchase this one. I'm still "flying".

Robb Chamberlain


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