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Just Like Heaven (16-Sep-2005)

Director: Mark Waters

Writers: Peter Tolan; Leslie Dixon

From novel: If Only It Were True by Marc Levy

Keywords: Romantic Comedy, Ghost

A lonely landscape architect falls in love with the spirit of his new apartment's prior tenant.

Attractive young doctor Elizabeth Masterson, a woman with precious little time to devote to anything other than her career, falls into an extended coma following a car crash while driving home from a blind date orchestrated by her sister. Meanwhile, lonely landscape architect David Abbott moves into Elizabeth's vacated San Francisco apartment, seeing what he believes to be a hallucination of a beautiful woman upon settling in; when it becomes clear that he is interacting with Elizabeth's very much present spirit, however, he falls in love with her, forming a bond complicated by her history and sister's impending decision to take her comatose physical body off of life support.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Caroline Aaron
7-Aug-1952   Character actress, 1980s to present
Rosalind Chao
23-Sep-1957   Keiko on Star Trek: DS9
Kerris Dorsey
9-Jan-1998   Paige Whedon on Brothers & Sisters
Willie Garson
20-Feb-1964   Stanford Blatch on Sex and the City
Jon Heder
26-Oct-1977   Napoleon Dynamite
Donal Logue
27-Feb-1966   Jimmy the Cab Driver
Ivana Milicevic
26-Apr-1974   Head Over Heels
Mark Ruffalo
22-Nov-1967   13 Going on 30
Ben Shenkman
26-Sep-1968   Pi
Reese Witherspoon
22-Mar-1976   Legally Blonde


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