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DATING THE ENEMY

SYNOPSIS:
On the verge of breaking up, a young couple with apparently nothing in common, wake up one morning to find themselves in each other's bodies.

Review by Andrew L. Urban:
Fine acting and Meganís flair for the subject matter make this an entertaining film, despite a slow patch midway, and the FX that is so crucial to the suspension of belief that makes the concept work, is seamlessly effective. Has fun appeal for early 20s to late 30s.

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AUSTRALIA

CAST: Guy Pearce, Claudia Karvan, Matt Day, Lisa Hensley

SCRIPT & DIRECTOR: Megan Simpson-Huberman

EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: Heather Ogilvie, Phil Gerlach

PRODUCER: Sue Milliken

CINEMATOGRAPHER: Steve Arnold

MUSIC: David Hirschfelder

PRODUCTION DESIGNER: Tim Ferrier

AUSTRALIAN DISTRIBUTOR: Total /UIP

AUSTRALIAN RELEASE: September 19, 1996







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