truly, madly, deeply

Juliet Stevenson plays a grief-stricken woman paralyzed by her lover’s death. In that refreshing “warts and all” English tradition, looks are of little importance, and when she sobs, she’s a sniveling snot-nosed wreck. To ease her anguish, her lover’s ghost takes up residence in the house. When he starts inviting his pals over for ghoulish movie nights, however, she realizes it’s time to set foot back in the world of the living. Eons removed from the glossy Hollywood movie, “Ghost”, it’s authentic, uplifting and amusing – a thinking person’s tear-jerker. [uk, 1991]

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