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The Words (27-Jan-2012)

Directors: Brian Klugman; Lee Sternthal

Writers: Brian Klugman; Lee Sternthal

Keywords: Romantic Drama

A struggling young author publishes a manuscript found in an old briefcase as his own work, leading to untold success and ensuing personal turmoil.

Rory Jansen, a young author facing repeated rejection of his novel ideas from various literary agencies, marries long-time girlfriend Dora after a time and honeymoons with her in Paris. While there, he has a moment of serendipity when he is able to get a manuscript found in an old briefcase purchased at an antiques store published as his own, leading to immense fame and success. Soon, however, Rory must learn to cope with his life choices when he runs into the old man responsible for the manuscript's authorship one day in Central Park, moving to seek forgiveness and understanding for his transgressions.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Ben Barnes
20-Aug-1981   Prince Caspian
Bradley Cooper
5-Jan-1975   Will Tippin on Alias
John Hannah
23-Apr-1962   Four Weddings and a Funeral
Jeremy Irons
19-Sep-1948   Dead Ringers
Zeljko Ivanek
15-Aug-1957   Gov. James Devlin on Oz
Michael McKean
17-Oct-1947   This Is Spinal Tap, SNL
Dennis Quaid
9-Apr-1954   Any Given Sunday
Ron Rifkin
31-Oct-1939   Arvin Sloane on Alias
Zoe Saldana
19-Jun-1978   Avatar and Star Trek
J. K. Simmons
9-Jan-1955   J. Jonah Jameson in Spider-Man
Olivia Wilde
10-Mar-1984   Skin


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