LA Without A Map DVD

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This hilarious fish-out-of-water love story sees Richard's life turned upside down when he meets Barbara (Vinessa Shaw), a beautiful aspiring actress on her way to LA. Leaving his dull life behind, he crosses the Atlantic in pursuit of love and adventure.

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Released
08 August 2011
Directors
Actors
Format
DVD 
Publisher
Yume Pictures 
Classification
Runtime
105 minutes 
Features
PAL 
Barcode
5060103791873 
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Holidaying in the North of England aspiring Los Angeles actress Barbara stops briefly in a village where she meets town undertaker and obituary writer Richard -- who can&39;t stop thinking about her Flying to California Richard arrives at the Japanese restaurant where Barbara is a waitress and a relationship begins

Romantic comedy starring David Tennant as an idealistic Brit who follows an aspiring actress to LA in a search for love. Richard (Tennant) is the undertaker of a small town in England but resents the mundane nature of his life and dreams of gaining success as a writer. He meets Barbara (Vinessa Shaw), an American waitress with ambitions of becoming an actress, and the two embark on a brief affair. Though Barbara soon returns to LA, she has awakened Richard's romantic side and he follows her to America without warning. Featuring cameo appearances from Johnny Depp and Jerzy Skolimowski, the LA section of the movie follows Richard as he attempts to win Barbara over and realise his ambitions of becoming a screenwriter in the unforgiving environs of Hollywood.

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