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My Wife and My Dead Wife (2007)

A man in a miserable marriage finds solace in a 19th Century house, haunted by a ghost he sees as his "Dead Wife", but is it all a dream or is he really at the brink of insanity?

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Guy Balotine ...
Graham
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Andrea
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Dead Wife (as Jane Bacon)
Kelleigh Murray ...
Patty
Gary Gaffney ...
Mike O'Brien
John Karyus ...
Client From Hell
Kristen Kos ...
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Moriah Hegmann ...
Renee
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Prospective Client (as Don Gervase)
Vanessa Williams ...
Prospective Client's Wife
Joshua Kohl Hegmann ...
Andrea's Assistant
Ryan Bauer ...
Security Guard #1
John Wrzos ...
Security Guard #2
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Bartender
Andrea Solecki ...
Waitress
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Graham and his wife Andrea are mired in a functional but passionless marriage. Graham sleepwalks through the dull ritual that his life has become. Shortly after the couple moves into an eerie 19th Century house, Graham discovers an old music box in the attic containing photos of a hauntingly beautiful woman.Soon faint strains of music lure Graham to the attic where he encounters the woman in the photos-The Dead Wife. She offers Graham the passion that his relationship with Andrea lacks, but while The Dead Wife leads Graham deeper and deeper into the abyss, Andrea makes a final desperate attempt to pull him out. Will she succeed or will Graham yield to the Dead Wife's dark embrace? Written by Anonymous

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Some vows may never be broken.

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8 August 2007 (USA)  »

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Pasión del más allá  »

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The Endless Waltz
by Jamie Notarthomas
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A Suspense Film for Grown-Ups
9 October 2007 | by See all my reviews

What would you do if those aspects of your life that brought you comfort and solace suddenly seemed expendable? What would you do if a strange something proved more compelling? Would you leave behind everything you valued in pursuit of this extraordinary attraction, or would you convince yourself that you were chasing a chimera? These questions are central to "My Wife and My Dead Wife," a neatly crafted study of the sometimes indistinct line between the real and unreal. I was drawn into this delightful film thanks to Guy Balotine's rock-solid performance as a man who travels down a path that threatens to divorce him from his customary existence. Solid cinematography and direction make his harrowing journey all the more vivid, heightening suspense and inspiring sympathy for his plight. Be advised: this is no slasher film or monster movie; instead, it is a thinking-person's suspense film replete with subtle characterization, well-paced plotting, and a satisfying conclusion.


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