No Looking Back Trailer

No Looking Back Trailer (1998)

"The past is always closer than you think." 27 March 1998 Drama, Comedy, Romance 96 mins

Charlie returns to his old town where he meets his ex-girlfriend again and tries to get her back.

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Cast

Lauren Holly

as Claudia

Edward Burns

as Charlie

Jon Bon Jovi

as Michael

Blythe Danner

as Claudia's Mom

Ellen McElduff

as Waitress

Kathleen Doyle

as Mrs. Ryan

Nick Sandow

as Goldie

Crew

International Releases Dates

United States 27 March 1998

Production Companies

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