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The Perfect Stranger (2005) Poster

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Though it is based on the novel, 'Dinner With a Perfect Stranger', there is one distinct difference; in the book, the character that the stranger dines with is a man (Nick) - in the movie it is a woman (Nikki). The screenwriter felt the change gave the story a more cinematic feel.
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During the fourth day of shooting the restaurant scenes, actor/director Jefferson Moore had to be rushed to the emergency room via ambulance due to dehydration, exhaustion, and a touch of food poisoning.
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At one point or another during filming, each member of the crew was utilized as an extra.
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Followed by a sequel, Another Perfect Stranger (2007).
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During preproduction, it was still undecided who would play the role of the Stranger - Director Shane Sooter, or Co-Director Jefferson Moore.
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David Gregory, author of the bestselling book, "Dinner With a Perfect Stranger", upon which the movie is based, appears briefly as a restaurant patron.
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First non-stage role for actress Pamela Brumley.
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