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Shopgirl

R · 2005 ‧ Romance/Drama ‧ 1h 56m
6.3/10 · IMDb 60% · Rotten Tomatoes 62% · Metacritic
Struggling artist Mirabelle (Claire Danes) works a modest sales job at Saks Fifth Avenue in Beverly Hills, Calif., and dates underachieving musician Jeremy (Jason Schwartzman). Her workaday existence suddenly becomes more exciting when she meets...
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Shopgirl is a 2005 American romantic comedy-drama film directed by Anand Tucker and starring Steve Martin, Claire Danes, and Jason Schwartzman. Plot · Production notes · Critical reception Based on: Shopgirl; by Steve Martin Production company: Touchstone Pictures; Hyde Park Entertainment Music by: Barrington Pheloung Produced by: Ashok Amritraj; Jon Jashni; Steve Martin
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Shopgirl (2005). R | 106 min | Drama, Romance. Shopgirl (2005) ...
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Apr 25, 2006 · Based on Steve Martin's bestselling novella, 'Shopgirl' is a funny and poignant story of love in the modern age. The film catches a glimpse ...
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Jan 4, 2013 · Shopgirl (2005) Official Trailer # 1 - Steve Martin HD A film adaptation of Steve Martin's novel ...Duration: 2:51 Posted: Jan 4, 2013
Oct 27, 2005 · "Shopgirl" is a tender and perceptive film that argues these truths. It is about an older man named Ray Porter, a millionaire, who sees a young ...
Product Description. Based on Steve Martin's best-selling novella, and starring Golden Globe(R) winner Claire Danes (Best Actress In A TV Series, MY ...
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Shopgirl. (284)IMDb 6.31h 46min2005X-RayR. A salesgirl falls in love with two men from different walks of life. Director: Anand Tucker. Starring: Steve Martin ...
Rating · Review by Cynthia Fuchs
Stylish romantic comedy best for older teens. Read Common Sense Media's Shopgirl review, age rating, and parents guide.
Filled with the mixed signals and missteps of a modern romance, Shopgirl is a fresh and witty, warm, and funny romantic comedy you can't help but fall in love ...
Shopgirl, directed by Anand Tucker (Hilary and Jackie) from a screenplay by Steve Martin (adapting his novella), ventures into Lost in Translation territory.