PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama, Fantasy
A London woman's love life and career both hinge, unknown to her, on whether or not she catches a train. We see it both ways, in parallel.
Film director Agnieszka Holland considers the film to be a botched copy of the Polish film Blind Chance (1987) with all the "philosophical depths and stylistic subtleties stripped away".
I come home and catch you up to your nuts in Lady Shagging Godiva!
After having her cut treated at the hospital, Helen returns to the flat. She finds Gerry is not yet dressed and asks if he has only just gotten up, adding that it is 4 o'clock in the afternoon. Earlier she went to work and was immediately fired, attacked whilst hailing a taxi and taken to hospital, after which she went home. Even allowing some time for travel, it is still unlikely that she was at the hospital for 6 hours.
US version was cut for language by Miramax to secure a PG-13 rating.
$834,817 (USA) (26 April 1998)
$11,883,495 (USA) (30 August 1998)
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