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Kiss Me Again

Kiss Me Again

Category: 20
All Genres: Romance, Drama
Release Year: 2006
Country: USA
Runtime: 103
Rating: (0)
Languages: English, Hebrew, Spanish
Director: William Tyler Smith
Sound: Stereo

  • Even he didn't think it would go this well!

  • Writing by: Julian Hoxter – written by (as J.D. Hoxter)
    Bhargavi C. Mandava – story
    Leonard Moreton – story
    William Tyler Smith – story
    William Tyler Smith – written by

    Produced by: Morris S. Levy – executive producer
    Morris S. Levy – producer
    Jeff Mazzola – producer
    John Scaccia – producer

    Cast: Jeremy London – Julian
    Katheryn Winnick – Chalice
    Elisa Donovan – Malika
    Mirelly Taylor – Elena
    Siri Baruc – Tara
    Fred Armisen – Professor Szabo
    Darrell Hammond – Michael
    Evan Seinfeld – Starx
    Claudia Sherman – Francine
    Adam Nee – David
    Nate Dushku – Student #2

    Music: Isabel Dawson Justin Samaha
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    Plot Outline: A blending of documentary and experimental narrative strategies, combining stunning 16mm landscape cinematography with a bold…
    Plot: A married couple decides to test the boundaries of their relationship with a seductive Spanish woman. When an unlikely relationship ensues, all three are forced to rethink their definition of love.

    Movie Quotes: Voiceover: My therapist is getting on my nerves. She's always saying, “That must have been really hard for you.”

    Crazy Credits: We know about 1 Crazy Credits. One of them reads:
    Special thanks includes “all the `Deep Throats' – you know who you are!”

    Goofs: We know about 2 goofs. Here comes one of them:
    Factual errors: When Lance Henriksen's character is introducing his hobby of comic collecting, he says that the Marvel Tales comic he is holding is a first print from 1964 but on the back cover there is an advertisement for Battletoads the videogame meaning the comic was actually from around 1991.

    Trivia: There are 3 entries in the trivia list – like these:

    • The director shot this film during his day job, as a news camera Operator at the BBC.
    • The editor had to cut 23 hours of material into 73 Minutes, with only 70% of the actual script shot.
    • The Producer took over post-production once the film arrived in Los Angeles, CA for the picture cut.

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