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Forever Mine

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Genre  Crime, Drama, Romance
Music director  Angelo Badalamenti
Writer  Paul Schrader
Language  English
5.3/10 IMDb

Director  Paul Schrader
Initial DVD release  May 15, 2001
Duration  
Country  United Kingdom Canada United States
Forever Mine movie poster
Release date  12 September 1999 (1999-09-12) (Toronto International Film Festival) 4 October 2002 (2002-10-04)
Cast  Joseph Fiennes (Manuel Esquema), Ray Liotta (Mark Brice), Gretchen Mol (Ella Brice), Vincent Laresca (Javier Cesti), Myk Watford (Rick Martino), Lindsey Connell (Stewardess)
Similar movies  The Voyeur, The Key, Naughty Girl, The Teasers, Knock Knock, Forrest Gump
Tagline  Some desires are too dangerous to resist.

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Forever Mine is a 1999 British–Canadian romantic drama film written and directed by Paul Schrader and starring Joseph Fiennes, Gretchen Mol and Ray Liotta.

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Synopsis

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Alan Riply (Fiennes), a young cabana boy working at an opulent beach hotel, falls in love with Ella Brice (Mol), the wife of business mogul Mark Brice (Liotta). Ella returns his love, but when Mark finds out he has Alan shot and buried alive. Though badly scarred, Alan survives and works his way to the position of an eminent criminal attorney with underworld connections, under the name of Manuel Esquema. When Brice runs into legal trouble, Esquema is ready to help him for a price, but the man behind the mask, Alan, still yearns for Ella.

Production

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It was filmed in St. Petersburg, Florida and at the Don CeSar Beach Resort, located in St. Petersburg Beach.

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