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Mirror Has Two Faces, The (1996)
Rating:
Starring: Lauren Bacall, Jeff Bridges, Pierce Brosnan, Mimi Rogers, George Segal, Barbra Streisand, Brenda Vaccaro
Director: Barbra Streisand
Category: Drama
Studio: Columbia / TriStar
Subtitles:
Spanish, Korean
Length:
126 mins

 
 

 

There are two things a woman knows: what she's looking for and what she'll settle for.

Rose, who still lives with her mother, is a professor of Romantic Literature who desperately longs for passion in her life. Gregory, a mathematics professor, has been burned by passionate relationships and longs for a sexless union based on friendship and respect.
They're two people with almost nothing in common, but Fate-in the form of a personal ad and a meddling sister- brings them together.And without physical attraction to complicate matters, Rose and Greg become best friends and soon agree to an unconventional marriage built on intellectual passion instead of sexual heat.But when two people meet, marry, try to remain celibate and then fall in love-they realize they are courting chaos.

 
 
   
   

 
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