Playing Mona Lisa film Product Information
|Category||Dramas DVDs, Comedies Movies, Relationships Videos|
|Starring||Alicia Witt, Ivan Sergei, Elliott Gould, Johnny Galecki, Marlo Thomas, Sandra Bernhard, Harvey Fierstein, Brooke Langton, Molly Hagan, Estelle Harris|
|Director of Photography||James Glennon|
|Producer||Sid Sheinberg, Bill Sheinberg, Jon Sheinberg|
|Production Designer||Frank Bollinger|
|Screenwriter||Carlos De Los Rios, Marni Freedman|
|Source Writer||Marni Freedman|
Playing Mona Lisa movie was released May 21, 2002 by the Buena Vista Home Entertainment studio. Alicia Witt, Harvey Fierstein, Brooke Langton, Johnny Galecki, Elliott Gould, Marlo Thomas - Dir:Matthew Huffman Recently dumped by her boyfriend, a concert pianist (Alicia Witt) has to move back in with her parents after an earthquake hits the family's home. Playing Mona Lisa movie Based on the play "Two Goldsteins on Acid" by Marni Freedman.
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Claire (Alicia Witt) is a talented piano prodigy who has to come to terms with loss when both her boyfriend dumps her and a prestigious music academy rejects her Playing Mona Lisa video. ...See Full Description
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Playing Mona Lisa video Product Details
|CD Universe Part number||1584810|
|Studio||Buena Vista Home Entertainment|
|Release Date||May 21, 2002|
|Running Time||98 Minutes|
|Movie Details||Color; Dolby SR Sound; Digitally Mastered; Stereo Sound; AC-3 Sound; Letter Boxed; Widescreen|
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Playing Mona Lisa
Alicia Witt (URBAN LEGENDS), Brooke Langton (THE REPLACEMENTS), Ivan Sergei (THE OPPOSITE OF SEX), and Johnny Galecki (BOUNCE) star in one sexy screwball comedy you'll really embrace. Claire Goldstein (Witt) has everything going for her -- the promise of fame, a great boyfriend with marriage on his mind, and an apartment of her own. And then reality shakes her entire world to pieces. Her moment of glory is snatched from her before it begins, her boyfriend drops her, and she's evicted. Condemned to find refuge at her crazy parents' house while her sister is blissfully planning her own wedding, Claire starts looking for love in all the wrong places. Filled with quirky characters, "I've-been-there" smiles, and witty dialogue, PLAYING MONA LISA is a delightful work of heart.
Source: Buena Vista Home Entertainment.
Letterbox - 1.85
Dolby Surround - English
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