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Suzie Gold (2004)

As Suzie Gold's sister prepares to get married, it seems only natural that Suzie's thoughts should turn to the state of her own love-life. While her doting but dysfunctional family ... See full summary »


Ric Cantor
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Cast overview, first billed only:
Ariana Fraval ... Sophie Gold
Daniel Mendoza Daniel Mendoza ... Richard Levine
Summer Phoenix ... Suzie Gold
Stanley Townsend ... Irving Gold
Rebecca Front ... Barbara Gold
Gem Souleyman Gem Souleyman ... Toby Gold
Sophie Winkleman ... Debbie Levine
Roger Kitter Roger Kitter ... Tony "Tiny" Levine
Fiz Marcus Fiz Marcus ... Hope Levine
Dave Cohen Dave Cohen ... Grabber at Wedding
Steve Jameson Steve Jameson ... Leo Spencer
Frances Barber ... Joyce Spencer
Harriet Thorpe ... Charity Silver
Michelle Chadwick Michelle Chadwick ... Non-Jewish Wife
Daniel Rabin Daniel Rabin ... Jewish Husband


As Suzie Gold's sister prepares to get married, it seems only natural that Suzie's thoughts should turn to the state of her own love-life. While her doting but dysfunctional family desperately want her to be happy - preferably by finding a good Jewish boy to settle down with - Suzie meets Darren, a boy from work, and they start a heady romance. Written by Anonymous

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When it comes to love, everything's relative.


Comedy | Drama | Romance


G | See all certifications »

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Did You Know?


During casting it was rumored that Rachel Stevens, who makes in appearance in this film, won the role of Suzie Gold. See more »


[quoting Heinrich Heine; speaking in German, subtitled into English]
Julius - Nana's Husband: Experience is a good school. But the fees are high.
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References Guess Who's Coming to Dinner (1967) See more »

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Much better than I expected. Recommended.
16 September 2006 | by john_eg_huntSee all my reviews

Happened upon this film late one night on the TV, when I might have been a tad pickled. I wasn't expecting too much but I thought I would give it 20 minutes or so before retiring to bed. Before I knew it, I was hooked, I was genuinely interested in what was going to happen to the main characters. Granted, it was riddled with stereotypes and clichés but enjoyable all the same. There was a time when I would never have showed my emotions openly but I cried three times during this film. I found it to be a sympathetic portrayal of the difficulties of living and working in a multicultural society when your parents, their parents and your 'community' expect you to behave in a certain way and to follow a path that does not deviate from the norm. I found redeeming features in all of the characters and although the film poked fun at some of their habits and actions, I thought it was done with affection rather than malice.

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Release Date:

5 March 2004 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Judia Solteira Procura See more »

Filming Locations:

Isle of Man See more »


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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital



Aspect Ratio:

2.35 : 1
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