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Los Angeles store owner Dana (Victoria Foyt) is shopping in Israel where a meeting with a mysterious woman leads her to Paris and the White Cliffs of Dover, an appropriate spot to fall in love with English painter Sean (Stephen Dillane) who is married. Soon, however, Dana is off to London to rejoin her business-partner/fiancé Alex (Michael Brandon). Dana and Alex, and Sean and his wife all wind up together as weekend house guests of John ('60s rock performer Noel Harrison), brother of Skelly (Vanessa Redgrave). With true love looming on the horizon, Dana and Sean decide to abandon their companions for each other. The screenplay was written by Foyt and director Henry Jaglom, who took a different approach to the theme of love and affection in his autobiographical Always (1985). ~ Bhob Stewart, Rovi
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|Grouped Work ID||e2fa7b27-5473-38f9-c0c2-bb7d9e2d951e|
|Grouping Title||deja vu|
|Grouping Author||rainbow film|
|Last Grouping Update||2019-06-08 18:07:58PM|
|Last Indexed||2019-11-17 04:20:40AM|
|auth_author2||Dillane, Stephen, 1956-|
Jaglom, Henry, 1939-
Redgrave, Vanessa, 1937-
Rainbow Film Company.
Warner Home Video (Firm)
|display_description||Dana and Sean are strangers when they meet, yet they have a strong sense of belonging together. They also have no interest in upending their lives and long-term romances, so they part instead of following their hearts. But love may not be so easily denied.|
|itype_basalt||Adult DVD fiction|
|owning_library_basalt||Basalt Regional Library|
Video recordings for the hearing impaired
|title_full||Deja vu [videorecording] / a Rainbow/Revere production of a Jagtoria film ; produced by John Goldstone ; directed by Henry Jaglom|