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Robert (character actor David Thornton) is a grumpy burned-out musician, trying to survive in Manhattan. When his fed-up friend Rose (Thornton's real-life wife Cyndi Lauper in a small role) throws him out of her apartment, the destitute Robert reluctantly makes a deal with the young Serbian, Branko (Branislav Trifunovic), who's moving his stuff out. For a hefty fee, Robert agrees to fly to Belgrade and marry Branko's girlfriend, Ivana (Jelena Mrdja), so that she can move to New York. Branko gives him a down payment, and ...

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MichelleChicago

Jul 23, 2010

To the creators of this film, a heartfelt THANKS!

With the chaos in Arizona against immigrants, no stories in the news are from the eyes of the immigrants. Who tells our story? Many of us Americans, first/second/third generation Americans, have family in other countries. It's very difficult for us to live both here and there. This movie "Here and There" shows immigrant struggles from the immigrant's eyes. But this film is so much more than that. It has something for everyone...comedy, friendship, romance, Destiny, doing the right thing, mid-life struggle, etc. You can't watch this movie and not relate to it in one way or another. This movie has received several awards and great reviews. Definitely not a movie to miss! To the creators of this film, a heartfelt THANK YOU!

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