Paperback Romance (1997) - Rotten Tomatoes

Paperback Romance (1997)




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In this offbeat, romantic comedy, Sophie is a young, creative writer. One night, as she reads one of her erotic tales aloud, she is overheard by womanizing jeweler Eddie. Although they are attracted to each other, Sophie has a secret that may present an obstacle; she has a paralyzed leg.


Robyn Nevin
as Anne-Marie LePine
Marshall Napier
as George LePine
Lewis Fiander
as Bruce Wrightman
Steady Eddy
as Nicholas
Michael Vietch
as Det. Sgt. Scott
Russell Fletcher
as Det. Tyrone
Nicholas Bell
as Sophie's Doctor
Max Bruch
as Diamond Cutter
Lynda Gibson
as Library Clerk
David Watson
as Professor-type at Party
Kirk Alexander
as Celebrant
Paul Karo
as Defense Lawyer
Alvin Chong
as Chinese Doctor
Ernie Grey
as Doctor at Wedding
Agnieszka Perepeczko
as Woman at Wedding
Carolyn Bock
as Hotel Hospitality Lady
Maggie Stevens
as Mrs. Wrightman
Cliff Ellen
as Airline Porter
Alexandra Lewin
as Music Student
Paul Wishart
as Courier
Mandy Bowden
as Marjorie
Alan Levy
as Wrong Man at Party
Geoff Lipton
as Taxi Driver
Suzanne Chamberlain
as Woman in Hotel Lobby
Petru Gheorghiu
as Party Host
Phillipa Lee
as Woman at Party
Teresa Blake
as Woman on Greek Island/Female Catburglar
Pandora Finch
as Madelaine
Eli Yanay
as Man on Greek Island
Tasilimn Emiabata
as Artist's Model
Daniel Witton
as Male Catburglar
Michael Collins
as Male Catburglar
Mitch Bartlett
as Man in Ski Chalet
Zan McMillan
as Woman in Ski Chalet
Fred Cheah
as Singer at Party
John Perri
as Drummer at Party
Ross Spinello
as Guitarist
Pasquale Monea
as Guitarist
Amanda Testro
as Accordianist at Party
Doug DeVries
as Guitarist at Tropical Resort
Arch Roberts
as SWAT Member
Chris Wilson
as SWAT Member
Eddy McShortall
as Video Camera Operator
Chris Peters
as Wedding Guest
Craig McLaverty
as Wedding Guest
Szumai Anderson
as Wedding Guest
Rainey Carah
as Party Guest
Davin Taylor
as Party Guest
Graham Jahne
as Party Guest
Wally Dalton
as Workman
Phil Reilley
as Pavarotti Look-alike
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Critic Reviews for Paperback Romance

All Critics (9) | Top Critics (2)

Despite its wildly improbable plot, its general tone is one of a becalmed hush, full of wondering discovery, highly suitable for romance.

July 11, 2007 | Full Review…

Most screwball comedies play off a mistaken identity. Paperback Romance may be the first to use a mistaken disability.

May 30, 2003 | Rating: 1/4

Audience Reviews for Paperback Romance

A favorite. Anthony LaPaglia is definitely an interesting character in this movie.

Leo L
Leo L

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