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Déjà Vu

  • Drama
  • Soap
  • 1997
  • Henry Jaglom
  • 117 mins
  • 15

Summary

Charlie's colleagues demonstrate their support for him in the sexual harassment case being brought by Mrs O'Donnell, while a local journalist claims to have injured his wrist in a bid to get to the heart of the story.

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Review

A star rating of 2 out of 5.

Starting as a short story in 1974, Henry Jaglom's fanciful study of idyllic love perhaps owes more to his own sudden bliss than to his success in shaping some recalcitrant material into a screenplay. Since he met and married Victoria Foyt, Jaglom admits to toning down the autobiographical content of his films, sadly depriving them of the idiosyncracies that made them so fascinating. This is clearly a love letter to Foyt, with Stephen Dillane taking the Jaglom part of the contented man whose world is turned upside down by a chance encounter with a woman he feels he's known forever, whom Foyt plays.

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Credits

Cast

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Sean EliasStephen Dillane
Dana HowardVictoria Foyt
SkellyVanessa Redgrave
Claire StonerGlynis Barber
AlexMichael Brandon
KonstantineVernon Dobtcheff
Dana's fatherGraydon Gould
John StonerNoel Harrison
Woman in caféAviva Marks
Fern StonerAnna Massey

Crew

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DirectorHenry Jaglom

Details

Theatrical distributor
U.I.P. (UK)
Released on
1998-10-16
Languages
English | German
Formats
Colour
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