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Everybody Knows How to Spell LUV (2003)

This is the comedy and pathos of a boy and girl growing up to adulthood searching for true love. Taking separate paths, each faces their personal limitations, receives the love of Christ and rediscovers each other.

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Paul Maley ...
He
Sharon Maley ...
She
Corwin Batchman ...
Christopher
Kathi Gibbs ...
Neighbor
Michael Bottomley ...
Fraternity Man
Nick Cordileone ...
Fraternity Man
Gary Eckwortzel ...
Fraternity Man
David Safford ...
Fraternity Man
Christina Lenocker ...
Sorority Woman
Beth Garcia ...
Mom
A.L. Edgar ...
Dr. Averight
Bob Hartman ...
Bouncer
Noah Bosworth ...
Cafe Smoker
Rick Malec ...
Pastor (as Rev. Rick Malec)
Caesar Ortega ...
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He and She (they remain nameless throughout) enter a theater, prepare for a performance and begin a two-person play. Portraying first graders they are suddenly in a real classroom competing in a spelling test. We follow their competition and bickering through elementary and high school as they try to earn love and acceptance. In high school they finally try to be a couple but He blows it with substance abuse, gets expelled and fails in a suicide attempt. She rejects him and goes off to success in college and career. But her talents and intelligence are not enough to find true love, getting pregnant before marriage and finding herself a victim of an abusive husband who abandons her to single parenthood. Throughout her journey her failed boyfriend has kept in touch with reports of his own changes from a cynical loser to a follower of Christ who writes and teaches from his faith. He and her Christian neighbor influence her to commit her life to Christ. Now with a toddler, She moves back ... Written by Horizon Gate Productions

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A Bold New Film About Relationships -- "Can they get it right?"

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Drama | Romance

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15 June 2003 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Acts of Love  »

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1.33 : 1
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