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I Love You, Don't Touch Me! (1997)

The story of a 25 year old virgin girl, looking for the right boyfriend, not realizing that "the one" has been next to her for many years.

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Marla Schaffel ... Katie
... Ben
... Richard Webber
... Janet
... Lou Candela
... Jones
... Mom
... Elizabeth
... David Barclay
... Dad
... Analyst
Debbie Munroe ... Margo
... Vagrant (as Tim De Zarn)
... Deidre
... Audition Man
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The story of a 25 year old virgin girl, looking for the right boyfriend, not realizing that "the one" has been next to her for many years.

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Just Your Typical Boy-Loves-Girl Who Doesn't Love Boy Till He Loves Other Girl Story

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Comedy | Romance

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Rated R for strong language and sexuality | See all certifications »

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20 February 1998 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Jag älskar dig, rör mig inte!  »

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$33,598, 22 February 1998, Limited Release

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$33,598, 22 February 1998
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Hestia
Written and Performed by Katell Keineg
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Great, great, great!
20 April 2001 | by See all my reviews

I can't believe there are people out there that don't like this movie. It's great! I saw it on a lark and it's wormed it's way into my heart as being among my top 10 favorites. A lot of people compare Julie Davis to Woody Allen. Yes, that's true. But I also think she's a lot like Susan Seidelman. If you've ever seen Smithereens or Desperately Seeking Susan, you'd know what I'm talking about. The film has it all-comedy, great singing and heartfelt emotion. Yes, a lot of what this girl says and does contradicts itself-but that's life and that's what makes this film realistic. This film has an independent feel and is not "Hollywood" at all. The ending is a little pat, but I forgive it that. I anxiously await Ms. Davis next movie! If you see this on cable, watch!!!!!!!!!!!!


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