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Me Myself I (2000)
Starring: Rachel Griffiths, Shaun Loseby, David Roberts, Yael Stone, Trent Sullivan, Sandy Winton
Director: Pip Karmel
Category: Drama, Comedy
Studio: Columbia / TriStar
English, French
104 mins



Find out what happens when first love gets a second chance.

Pamela Drury (Rachel Griffiths) is in a crisis.Although she is successful in her career, her love life is a mess.

Pamela comes to the conclusion that she let Mr. Right go when she turned down Robert Dickson thirteen years ago.

Wracked with regret and at the brink of despair, Pamela magically collides with someone who is to change her life -- herself.The Pamela who did marry Robert Dickson all those years ago.

Pamela Two comes complete with Robert, three children and a dog.Astonished to meet her alternative self, Pamela is further stunned when Pamela Two vanishes, leaving Pamela stranded in the totally unfamiliar married life


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