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.

Rating: R
Genre: Drama, Romance, Art House & International, Comedy
Directed By: ,
Written By: Ben Lewin
In Theaters:
On DVD: Jan 25, 2005
Orion Home Video

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as Sophie

as Anne-Marie LePine

as George LePine

as Bruce Wrightman

as Nicholas

as Det. Sgt. Scott

as Det. Tyrone

as Sophie's Doctor

as Diamond Cutter

as Library Clerk

as Professor-type at Pa...

as Celebrant

as Defense Lawyer

as Chinese Doctor

as Doctor at Wedding

as Woman at Wedding

as Hotel Hospitality La...

as Mrs. Wrightman

as Airline Porter

as Music Student

as Courier

as Marjorie

as Wrong Man at Party

as Taxi Driver

as Woman in Hotel Lobby

as Party Host

as Woman at Party

as Woman on Greek Islan...

as Madelaine

as Man on Greek Island

as Artist's Model

as Male Catburglar

as Male Catburglar

as Man in Ski Chalet

as Woman in Ski Chalet

as Singer at Party

as Drummer at Party

as Guitarist

as Guitarist

as Accordianist at Part...

as Guitarist at Tropica...

as SWAT Member

as SWAT Member

as Video Camera Operato...

as Wedding Guest

as Wedding Guest

as Wedding Guest

as Party Guest

as Party Guest

as Party Guest

as Workman

as Pavarotti Look-alike
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Full Review… | January 1, 2000
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Time Out
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Houston Chronicle
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Audience Reviews for Paperback Romance

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

Leo L

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