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What I Have Written (1996)

Sorel hears her husband , is in the hospital,has written a novel from Jeremy.It is so surprised that suggests his husband has affairs with a woman through mail. But all seems no true after her reading the material reconfigured by Jeremy.

Director:

John Hughes

Writers:

John A. Scott (novel), John A. Scott (screenplay)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Martin Jacobs Martin Jacobs ... Christopher Houghton / Avery
Gillian Jones Gillian Jones ... Frances Bourin / Catherine
Jacek Koman ... Jeremy Fliszar
Angie Milliken ... Sorel Atherton / Gillian
Margaret Cameron Margaret Cameron ... Clare Murnane
Nick Lathouris ... Claude Murnane
Fiona Stewart Fiona Stewart ... Meredith
Julie Forsyth Julie Forsyth ... Dr. Williams
Bronwen Gault Bronwen Gault ... Duty Nurse
Libby Stone Libby Stone ... Departmental Secretary
Ian Scott Ian Scott ... Alan Gough
Jillian Murray Jillian Murray ... Janet Gough
Terry Kenwrick Terry Kenwrick ... Older Man
John Flaus ... Richard Morris
Isabelle Pichaud Isabelle Pichaud ... Receptionist / Waitress
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Sorel hears her husband , is in the hospital,has written a novel from Jeremy.It is so surprised that suggests his husband has affairs with a woman through mail. But all seems no true after her reading the material reconfigured by Jeremy.

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Genres:

Drama | Mystery

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Country:

Australia

Language:

English

Release Date:

11 July 1996 (Australia) See more »

Also Known As:

Det står skrevet See more »

Filming Locations:

Melbourne, Victoria, Australia

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Powerful pictures - Good book.
3 February 2003 | by mifunesamuraiSee all my reviews

An experimental feature that crosses over a few genres and through three different narrators during the surreal journey. Interesting enough to make you want to read the book instead! The greatest asset is the technical side that gives it that polish look thanks to the photography, music and editing


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