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40 Days and 40 Nights (1-Mar-2002)

Director: Michael Lehmann

Writer: Rob Perez

Keywords: Romantic Comedy

A young man vowing celibacy for Lent falls in love with the woman of his dreams, unable to take their relationship further for forty days.

ABSTRACT
Matt Sullivan, a handsome young man burned by a recent breakup with ex-girlfriend Nicole, endeavors to swear off every kind of sexual activity -- even masturbation -- for Lent in an attempt to get over his futile obsession with winning her back and put himself on a path towards a happier love life. Dream girl Erica Sutton enters Matt's picture on the eve of his forty-day long vow, forcing Matt into a most awkward sexual situation as he struggles to figure out a way to take his burgeoning relationship further before Lent ends while Nicole suddenly expresses a desire to bring him back into her life.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Paulo Costanzo
Actor
21-Sep-1978   Road Trip
Griffin Dunne
Actor
8-Jun-1955   An American Werewolf in London
Mary Gross
Actor
25-Mar-1953   Saturday Night Live
Maggie Gyllenhaal
Actor
16-Nov-1977   Secretary
Josh Hartnett
Actor
21-Jul-1978   The Virgin Suicides
Monet Mazur
Actor
17-Apr-1976   Blow
Dylan Neal
Actor
8-Oct-1969   Det. Mike Celluci on Blood Ties
Barry Newman
Actor
7-Nov-1938   Petrocelli
Vinessa Shaw
Actor
19-Jul-1976   Hocus Pocus
Shannyn Sossamon
Actor
3-Oct-1978   A Knight's Tale
Emmanuelle Vaugier
Actor
23-Jun-1976   Dr. Helen Bryce on Smallville

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