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Alejandro Betancourt over 4 years ago
Kind of good movie about stalkers in love with nice drama, but a teenager ending
Michael Cole over 6 years ago
When stalkers fall in love. awwwwwww.
Ashwin Con over 7 years ago
really worth watching.
Kakra 8 years ago
Elanur Tosun over 1 year ago
cyrax36 3 years ago
Sarah Rife over 5 years ago
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Marcel 8 years ago
Wicker Park is a 2004 American psychological drama/romantic mystery film directed by Paul McGuigan and starring Josh Hartnett. The film is a remake of the 1996 French movie L'Appartement. It was nominated for the Grand Prix at the Montreal Film Festival, the city in which the movie was partially filmed. The title refers to the Wicker Park neighborhood on Chicago's near northwest side. Matt Simon (Josh Hartnett), a young advertising executive, returns to Chicago with his fiancé, Rebecca (Jessica Paré), after spending the last two years in New York. While in Bellucci's on a business meeting he thinks he spots Lisa (Diane Kruger), a woman with whom he had fallen deeply in love with and had then vanished without a trace. Matt puts his life and his business trip to China on hold and is caught in an obsessive search for her. With a little help from his friend Luke (Matthew Lillard), Matt tries to track Lisa down. His detective work leads him to a hotel room, but instead of Lisa, he finds...
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