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Pink Nights (1985)

PG | | Comedy, Romance | October 1985 (USA)
Danny is shy and always astonished how his friend Jeff can just walk up to a total stranger and say "Hi!". Even more astonishing that Danny meets three girls the next week and when his ... See full summary »

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Sean Allen ...
Terry
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Danny
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Bruno
Bill Bean ...
Punk in chase
Ken Beider ...
Punk in chase
Jane Ann Bonzek ...
Girl in Park
Millie De Croocq ...
Marcy's Mother
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Pop
Howard Elfman ...
Lester
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Britisch Punk
Laurie Heidecke ...
Terry's Girlfriend
Peri Kaczmarek ...
Esme
Larry King ...
Jeff
Denyse Leahy ...
Danny's Mother
Floyd May ...
Sinus
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Danny is shy and always astonished how his friend Jeff can just walk up to a total stranger and say "Hi!". Even more astonishing that Danny meets three girls the next week and when his mother goes on vacation, one after the other shows up on his doorstep and they move in with him! However that's rather a problem for Danny, because, in love, he's just with one of them. Written by Tom Zoerner <Tom.Zoerner@informatik.uni-erlangen.de>

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Comedy | Romance

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Every Day
Written by Joanne Cipolla, David Finnerty
Performed by Planet Street
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I watch this movie every year with my girlfriends
1 February 2001 | by See all my reviews

This is a teen film with a lot truth and compassion, very much a true to life portrayal of teen age emotions, this movie feels honest and heart-felt. It's also very funny and wise, never condescending like so many others. Also well-acted by a believable group who actually look like friends and lovers. As a teen-age girl myself, I really identified with all the girl characters but especially Terry, who seems like someone I would be best friends with. I also liked the way the boy characters were realistic and vulnerable, again not like so many other films. I saw this at a slumber party when I was twelve but my friends and I watch it again every year when we get together. You just have to see this movie! I love it.


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