Truly, Madly, Deeply (1992)
Truly, Madly, Deeply (1992) Genre(s): Romance

Directed by: Anthony Minghella

Starring: Juliet Stevenson, Alan Rickman, Bill Paterson, Christopher Rozycki, Keith Bartlett, David Ryall, Stella Maris, Ian Hawkes

Synopsis: A widow's husband returns to help her cope with his death.

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Ripley's movie review

Unlike Ghost, which had a silly bad guy subplot and an overly romanticized version of love, this movie was much simpler and focused on healing. The ending was also better. I liked it.

Added 28 February 2003 at 2:26 AM
Newt's movie review

It reminded me a lot of Ghost as well, but Juliet Stevenson's acting made Demi's character look like a cartoon. The first thirty minutes were powerful and depressing and relied solely on Stevenson's ability, but the remainder of the movie is quirky and fun which is rather odd considering it's about grief. Get it because it's good.

Added 16 October 2004 at 8:00 PM

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