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Courting Courtney (1996)
Starring: Eliza Coyle, Dana Gould, Sean Masterson, Taylor Negron, Kathy Griffin, Chris Hardwick, Ryan Stiles, Julia Sweeney
Director: Paul Tarantino
Category: Comedy, Drama, Independent
Studio: Ventura
90 mins



Being A Single Woman In The Nineties Is One Thing.
Being A Single Woman in Her Thirties Is Another..

Courtney Baker (Eliza Coyle: Mighty Ducks 3) is looking down the barrel of what might be one of a woman's worst life traumas - turning thirty.

Courtney's best friend and high school sweetheart, Nick Hastings (Dana Gould: TV's Ellen, and Working), is a documentary filmmaker and feels that Courtney is the perfect subject for his latest work documenting the dating life of a woman in the nineties.

Courtney allows Nick to examine her life on film, where sometimes her perspective on herself doesn't match that of the people in her life. In the process, Nick finds himself being pulled from behind the camera, and into the movie itself!