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She Me and Her (2002)

About a pair of twin sisters who both want to succeed in showbiz. Problems arise when it's obvious only one sister has the talent to succeed. The other sister becomes extremely jealous and cause a minor chaos.

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Alexander Mahler (additional dialogue and scenes), Fred Schiller (story) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Credited cast:
Sandra Pires Sandra Pires ... Lisa / Maggie
Ben Cross ... David Greenbaum
Elfi Eschke Elfi Eschke ... Kathi Bluemlein
Nicholas Newman Nicholas Newman ... Tony Kosminsky
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Deborah Anderson Deborah Anderson ... David's Secretary
Herb Andress ... Rudi
George Arrendell ... Security Guard
Chris Bearne ... Film Director
Jed Curtis ... Cliff Borrow
Marina De Tiews Marina De Tiews ... Gloria
Diana Frank Diana Frank ... Movie Star at the Oscars
Radica Jovicic Radica Jovicic
János Koltai János Koltai ... Dancer
László Koltai László Koltai ... Dancer
Derek Kueter ... Director
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Storyline

About a pair of twin sisters who both want to succeed in showbiz. Problems arise when it's obvious only one sister has the talent to succeed. The other sister becomes extremely jealous and cause a minor chaos.

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Taglines:

Turbulent - Romantisch - Komisch (Turbulent - Romantic - Funny)

Genres:

Comedy

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Details

Country:

Austria | Germany

Language:

English

Release Date:

1 August 2002 (Germany) See more »

Also Known As:

She, Me & Her See more »

Filming Locations:

Luxembourg

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Box Office

Cumulative Worldwide Gross:

$63,542
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Sound Mix:

Dolby Digital

Color:

Color

Aspect Ratio:

1.85 : 1
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Soundtracks

I'll Be on Your Side
Music by Bob Mendelsson
Lyrics by Damon Meeks
Performed by Sandra Pires
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It isn't Sandra Pires that makes it worth at least a look...
11 September 2011 | by bahpofficerSee all my reviews

Look, I find it disheartening that the story line between Elfi Eschke and Ben Cross wasn't focused on by these writers just a bit more...THAT was the hilarious part of the movie--not the good twin/bad twin stuff. That was all done before anyway and is old hat.

This movie did show me that Cross needs to do more comedy. He IS funny. I know he gets used for bad guy roles a lot, but he would be an asset to any real comedy show out there...I'd love to see him show up on "Men of a Certain Age" or on SNL. I've seen some of the joking he does and he's a natural at it. This guy has never really had a chance to show his stuff so Hollywood needs to give him a shot. There aren't many like him left. Yes, he's well known for playing Abrams in Chariots of Fire--but I didn't know who this guy was until 2009 and he is way too under- appreciated in my book.

I cannot fault the actors for the job the writer's did with this script. It could have been better, but I suspect that some of the funny scenes with Cross and Eschke ended up on the cutting room floor. These two were good in this picture together--and I am usually finicky about the actresses as much as the actors! And if you want to see him in a hilarious role, I highly recommend "Nightlife".


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