Men Trailer

Men Trailer (1997)

"So many men. So little time." 23 October 1997 Drama 92 mins

A single young woman moves to Los Angeles, gets a job as a chef and has casual affairs.

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Sean Young

as Stella James

John Heard

as George

International Titles

Männer sind zum Küssen da Trailer

International Releases Dates

Singapore 23 October 1997

United States 26 June 1998

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