|Cherry 1999 R, 90 min.|
Director: John Glascoe, Joseph Pierson
Cast: Shalom Harlow, Jake Weber, David McCallum, Gil Rogers, Laurel Holloman, Isaach De Bankole, Donovan Leitch, Aleksa Palladino, Heather Matarazzo, Tim Bohn
Ten years ago, Leila (Shalom Harlow) was jilted at the altar. As a result she has lived a celibate life. Now she wants to have a baby, and her plan is to advertise for a mate. Most who respond are losers. But, all is not lost: her gynecologist (Jake Weber) and a professional clown (Donovan Leitch) appear as chief contenders for the role of fathering her child. 1 User Review
|Adorable film||azrael 03/11/2007 |
| I got this film for David McCallum who plays the Lover of the main character's uncle and has raised both girls after the death of their parents. |
What a surprise it is delightful! Shalom Harlow really does well as the naive virgin in her quest to have a child. The rest of the cast are wonderful and fit well together.
It is films like this that make me love Indies. See it if you have a chance. This would have made a very enjoyable series.
|1. Cherry (1999)|
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