The Souler Opposite Trailer

The Souler Opposite Trailer (1998)

04 October 1998 104 mins

Barry (Christopher Meloni) is a bitter, sexist thirtysomething stand-up comic with a penchant for aggravating the wrong people. When his act provokes a knuckle sandwich one night, the sensible, idealistic and much younger Thea (Janel Moloney) picks him up. Although the two have nothing in common, that doesn't stop them from falling in love. Romance is rough, however, when opposites attract in this thoughtful romantic comedy.

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Cast

Christopher Meloni

as Barry Singer

Janel Moloney

as Thea Douglas

Timothy Busfield

as Robert Levin

Crew

International Releases Dates

United States 04 October 1998

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