|release date:||October 25, 2002|
Tuesday April 1, 2003 (dvd)
|director:||Jonathan Demme |
|producer(s):||Jonathan Demme, Peter Saraf, Edward Saxon |
|screenplay:||Jonathan Demme, Steve Schmidt, Peter Joshua, Jessica Bendinger|
|cast:||Mark Wahlberg, Thandie Newton, Tim Robbins, Joong-Hoon Park, Ted Levine, LisaGay Hamilton, Christine Boisson, Stephen Dillane, Simon Abkarian, Frédérique Meininger, Charles Aznavour |
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The Truth About Charlie Movie Synopsis
While on vacation in Martinique, Regina Lambert (Newton) meets the charming Joshua Peters (Wahlberg), as she considers divorcing her husband, Charlie (Dillane). Upon returning to Paris, she discovers Charlie has been murdered, and that both her apartment and bank account have been emptied. While trying to piece together the pieces of the puzzle, she finds herself in danger when Charlie's old acquaintances come looking for some missing cash. When Joshua arrives, she looks to him for help but grows suspicious of his motives as she learns disturbing information about him.
I want the name of the last song performed in a garden/cafe at the end of the movie. I loved that song. I like old movies but give this movie a break and forget about Charades
the original is way better but this was a good movie.
A really boring and unsatisfying film that really dosen`t live up to it`s potenial. Probably the best part is at the end at the credits.