Truly Madly Deeply

Truly Madly Deeply
Truly Madly Deeply

Year

1990

Duration

102 minutes

Genres

Romance

Language

English

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Synopsis

When her boyfriend Jamie dies, Nina is distraught. For a while, it seems she might never be able to get her life back on track. But then, magically, Jamie re-appears to her as a ghost. Initially overjoyed, after a while having Jamie back proves to be far from a dream come true - his ghostly presence causes endless headaches, while there's the nagging sense that things can't ever be the same again. So when Nina meets a new man with who she might actually have a future, she knows she's going to have to make the biggest decision of her life. A sweet-natured and very funny romantic comedy, with an important message about the importance of knowing when to let go and move on.

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PG Classification

This film has a couple of uses of mild bad language

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