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Deja Vu

Foyt, Victoria; Jaglom, Henry

ISBN 10: 1878965050 / ISBN 13: 9781878965059
Published by Rainbow Filmbooks, 1998
Used Condition: Fine Soft cover
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1878965050 Issued in wrappers. Illustrated with stills from the film. Includes the original story that inspired the film, and an early movie treatment. Bookseller Inventory # 004994

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Title: Deja Vu

Publisher: Rainbow Filmbooks

Publication Date: 1998

Binding: Soft Cover

Book Condition:Fine

Dust Jacket Condition: Issued without a dust Jacket

Edition: First Edition

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Is there love at first sight? A special soulmate for everyone? Dana (VICTORIA FOYT) and Sean (STEPHEN DILLANE) are strangers, yet they have a strong sense of belonging together. They also have no interest in upending their lives and long-term relationships: He's married, she's engaged. So they part instead of following their hearts. But love may not be so easily denied. Writer/Director HENRY JAGLOM continues his explorations of the quest for love and fulfillment in this tale of romance and destiny also starring VANESSA REDGRAVE and RACHEL KEMPSON (real-life mother/daughter playing mother/daughter), NOEL HARRISON and ANNA MASSEY. It is a glowing story shot in Jerusalem, Paris, Dover, London, and Los Angeles... and set in the yearnings of the human heart. FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE VISIT TheRainbowStore.com

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Henry Jaglom has been called, "the compassionate chronicler of romantic angst, the definitive independent Hollywood filmmaker" (Kevin Thomas, LOS ANGELES TIMES). DEJA VU, Mr. Jaglom's 12th film, has been a huge success theatrically and with critics, inspiring Roger Ebert of the CHICAGO SUN-TIMES to say, "I predict DEJA VU will gather an audience and become a phenomenon because it delivers something that people are truly hungering for."

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