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The Golden Rose (2001)

A shy young man meets his true love by Internet. After a long love relationship and to imagine that she is the beautiful woman that he always dreamed of, they finally decide to meet in ... See full summary »

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(as José Bojorquez)

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(as José Bojorquez)
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Credited cast:
Eric Conner ...
Christopher's friend
Devon Greggory ...
Radio host (as Devon Greggory Watkins)
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Christopher
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Jeniffer
Flo Smith ...
Lady at the train station
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A shy young man meets his true love by Internet. After a long love relationship and to imagine that she is the beautiful woman that he always dreamed of, they finally decide to meet in person for the first time. Without knowing how she looks, he goes to meet her at the Los Angeles Train Station to receive the biggest test and surprise of his life. Only to discover that physical appearance is temporary and that love is forever. Written by Cinema- Success Films.

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Fill your mind with the feelings of your heart not with images

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Short | Comedy | Romance

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Approved
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13 November 2001 (USA)  »

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(NTSC Color)

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1.85 : 1
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Lovely romantic comedy! Standing ovation!
16 April 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

"The Golden Rose" is a beautiful romantic comedy about true love. It is really inspiring, funny and romantic. It is a wake up call for us that we care so much about physical appearance. Great story, outstanding acting and direction. The lead guy is irresistible and she is gorgeous. The old woman has a great look as well. I believe that it was shot in Los Angeles. It features two very old songs that I love: "Love Is a Many Splendored-Thing" and "Young at Heart". I was there when the film received a standing ovation at the 2001 Guanajuato "Expresion en Corto" film festival in Mexico, and it was awarded with the "Argos Award" given by Epigmenio Ibarra and Terry Fernandez. Congratulations! Well deserved!


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