The Butcher's Wife

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Released 1905

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Director:
Terry Hughes
Released:
1905
Rating:
PG-13
The Butcher's Wife is a romantic comedy film directed by Terry Hughes that centers on Marina (Demi Moore), a clairvoyant woman who has been having dreams of her future husband since she could remember. When the man of her dreams, New York butcher shop owner Leo Lemke (George Dzundza) shows up in her North Carolinan town, Marina fins herself touching the lives of her new husband's customers as she seemingly uses her power to influence them to better their lives. Whether it is trying to bring the withdrawn Eugene (Max Perlich) out of his shell, finding love for actress Robyn Graves (Margaret Colin), or calming down the frustrated shop clerk Grace (Frances McDormand), Marina becomes so focused on the others around her that she never realizes the man of her dreams is not living up to his title as Leo slowly falls for another. A charming romance, The Butcher's Wife is a quirky look at love, fate, and life.
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    Comedy, Drama

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    Love & Romance