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The Anniversary Party (2001)

The Anniversary Party
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Alan Cumming Alan Cumming
Joe Therrian
Jennifer Jason Leigh Jennifer Jason Leigh
Sally Therrian
Otis Otis
Steven Freedman Steven Freedman
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Norizzela Monterroso Norizzela Monterroso
Clara Demedrano Clara Demedrano
John Benjamin Hickey John Benjamin Hickey
Jerry Adams
Parker Posey Parker Posey
Judy Adams

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Release date: 29 June 2001
UPC: 794043539220
Tags: Drama (3), Drugs (3), Friendship (2), Relationships (2), Los Angeles (2), 2000s (2), 2001 (1), (1)
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35 From 1: My Favorite Films From 2001 (35 movies items)

" The Anniversary is one of those great movies that seems to have gone underneath the radar for everyone else. A Hollywood anniversary party that shows how underlying suppressed feelings can just suddenly bubble up and reveal themselves to those who spend years immersing themselves into the Tinseltown culture of shallowness and the L.A. style of distorted political correctness. "

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