Deja Vu (1998) - Rotten Tomatoes

Deja Vu (1998)

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Movie Info

When married store owner Dana winds up in Paris, she meets and falls in love with English painter Sean, who is also married. Dana reluctantly returns to London and her husband, but complications ensue when Dana and Sean and both their spouses all show up at weekend house party.more
Rating: PG-13 (For language, brief sexuality and a scene of drug use)
Genre: Drama
Directed By:
Written By: Henry Jaglom, Victoria Foyt
In Theaters:
On DVD: Sep 3, 2002
Runtime:
Warner Home Video

Cast

Rachel Kempson
as Skelly's Mother
Aviva Marks
as Woman in Cafe
Vernon Dobtcheff
as Konstantine
Graydon Gould
as Dana's Father
Carl Duering
as Jewellry Shop Owner ...
David Gant
as Antique Shop Owner
Amnon Meskin
as Tel Aviv Cab Driver
Barbara Hicks
as Housekeeper
Maureen Rimmer
as Eurostar Humming Lad...
Lily Martin
as Lady Jeweller in Par...
Jeremy Stoner
as London Street Musici...
Wael Jolani
as Jerusalem Shopkeeper
Karen Loevy
as Young Couple in Cafe
David Rubín
as Young Couple in Cafe
Sabrina Jaglom
as Child on Beach
Simon Orson Jaglom
as Child on Beach
Vladimir Bershevitz
as Street Musician Viol...
Simon Goshmir
as Street Musician Cell...
Alexander Shtempel
as Street Musician Trum...
Thomas Poncelet
as Eurostar Conductor
Cathryn Harrison
as Fern's Masseuse
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Critic Reviews for Deja Vu

All Critics (32) | Top Critics (11)

Full Review… | April 24, 2002
Globe and Mail
Top Critic

Full Review… | January 1, 2000
Detroit News
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Full Review… | January 1, 2000
ReelViews
Top Critic

January 1, 2000
Boston Globe
Top Critic

Full Review… | January 1, 2000
Chicago Sun-Times
Top Critic

Full Review… | April 28, 1998
Entertainment Weekly
Top Critic

Audience Reviews for Deja Vu

½

A great movie, very touching!

iLeo
Leo L

Super Reviewer

The only thing worse than the acting, dialogue and plot of this movie was dana's hairdo. Just plain baddddd.

bluenicz
Nikos Zacharakis

Predestined love may conquer all of the major inconveniences --- commitment, devotion, honor and stability --- but Henry Jaglom's "Deja Vu" proves that even passion ordained by the gods can't overcome a commonplace script, stock characters and ordinary direction.

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