Deja Vu

DejaVuBBB.5

(out of 5)


 (Jaglom’s real life wife and co-writer) strikes up a conversation with an older woman while on vacation in Jerusalem, and is given a pair of clips that the lady says were given to her by a lover who left her long ago. Foyt wanders around Europe trying to find out more about the trinkets before meeting up with her fiance in England, constantly having accidental run-ins with a mysterious painter (), with whom she feels an immediate attraction. Foyt’s constant whiny shock at everything that happens to her will grate on some people’s nerves, but the genuine romantic feeling that the film wraps you up in makes anything forgiveable.   is absolutely marvelous as a visitor at the house Foyt stays at in England, and for the first time appears on screen with her real-life mother .    (Peeping Tom) is also wonderful in a cameo (her telling a whole room full of guests a Katharine Hepburn story is the film’s best scene).


USA, 1997

Directed by

Screenplay by , Henry Jaglom

Cinematography by

Produced by

Music by

Production Design by

Costume Design by

Film Editing by Henry Jaglom


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DejaVu

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