Seven Girlfriends

  • 2000

24 %
50 % Rotten

Seven Girlfriends is a 1999 English-language Comedy Romance film written by Paul Lazarus and Stephen Gregg. The movie is directed by Paul Lazarus and produced by George Conda, J. Todd Harris, Paul Lazarus, Steve Lazarus, Barry Opper, Tom Traub and Amy Van Nostrand. Jesse is charming, romantic, and he knows how to pop the question; he just can't face marriage. So, when he and Hannah split up during the same week that a former fiancée dies, he decides to figure things out. He visits each woman about whom he's been serious to ask what went wrong. His teen flame, an independent woman who sometimes sleeps with him, and a group of lesbians give him advice, as does Anabeth, dead but lively in his dreams. One ex remains furious, but with the help of her inventive colleague, the level-headed insomniac Laura, Jesse even gets to talk to her. It's on to Anabeth's funeral, where he'll Hannah, and maybe grasp what has been eluding him. Written by. Seven girlfriends stars Tim Daly in the lead role along with an ensemble cast including Laura Leighton, Mimi Rogers, Olivia D'abo, Melora Hardin, Jami Gertz and Katy Selverstone. The music was composed by Christopher Tyng. Cinematography was done by Don E. FauntLeRoy and editing by Ed Marx. It was released on 21st April 2000.

Release Date 21 APR 2000
Run Time 1 HOUR 39 MINUTES



Comedy , Romance

Cast & Crew

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