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Waking The Dead (1999)
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Starring: Jennifer Connelly, Billy Crudup, Paul Hipp, Hal Holbrook, Janet McTeer, Sandra Oh, Molly Parker
Director: Keith Gordon
Category: Drama, Independent
Studio: USA Entertainment
Subtitles:
Spanish
Length:
106 mins

 
 

 

Sometimes Love Has A Life Of Its Own.

"Billy Crudup and Jennifer Connelly give passionate performances" raves Leonard Maltin of Playboy Magazine, about this story of love, ambition, and the price of power.Filmmaker Keith Gordon delivers a psychological mystery of haunting proportions.When one man's 70's idealism confronts his 80's aspirations, he begins an emotional roller coaster that brings ghosts back to life and asks the ultimate question:Does love conquer all, even death?

 
 
   
   

 
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