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I Love You, I Love You Not (28-Aug-1996)

Director: Billy Hopkins

Writer: Wendy Kesselman

From a play: Love You, I Love You Not by Wendy Kesselman

Music by: Gil Goldstein

Producers: Joe Caracciolo, Jr.; John Fiedler; Mark Tarlov

Keywords: Romantic Drama

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Claire Danes
Actor
12-Apr-1979   My So-Called Life
Jude Law
Actor
29-Dec-1972   Gattaca
Robert Sean Leonard
Actor
28-Feb-1969   House, M.D.
Jeanne Moreau
Actor
23-Jan-1928   Jules et Jim
Julia Stiles
Actor
28-Mar-1981   10 Things I Hate About You
James Van Der Beek
Actor
8-Mar-1977   Dawson Leery on Dawson's Creek

CAST

Jeanne Moreau   ...   Nana
Claire Danes   ...   Daisy
Jude Law   ...   Ethan
Elzbieta Czyzewska   ...   Dora
Frederick Neumann   ...   School Principal
James Van Der Beek   ...   Tony
Kris Park   ...   Seth
Lauren Fox   ...   Alison
Emily Burkes-Nossiter   ...   Jessica
Carrie Slaza   ...   Jane
Natasha Wolff   ...   Hope
Josiah A. Mayo   ...   Chris
Brandon Danziger   ...   Josh
Alex Biando   ...   Alex
Peter F. Hopkins   ...   Mr. Douglas
Jerry Tanklow   ...   Mr. Gilman
Claire Danes   ...   Young Nana
Julia Stiles   ...   Young Nana's Friend
Ashley Fletcher   ...   Marushya
Brittany Fletcher   ...   Varushya
Robert Sean Leonard   ...   Angel of Death
Haley Fox   ...   Party Girl #1
Howard the Dog   ...   Himself

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