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The Night We Called It a Day

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Genre:Comedy, Drama, Musical
Release Date:January 1, 2003
Running time:97 minutes
Cast:Dennis Hopper, Melanie Griffith, Portia de Rossi, Joel Edgerton, Rose Byrne
Director:Paul Goldman
Producer:Nik Powell, Emile Sherman
Writer:Peter Clifton, Michael Thomas
Distributor:Icon Film Distribution

Web Site: http://www.nightwecalleditaday.com/

Description: Rod Blue, a down-on-his-luck Aussie rock promoter, struggles to find the one act that will turn his life and business around. Just as a relationship starts to bloom with his assistant Audrey, Rod secures the coup of his career; bringing the legendary Frank Sinatra to tour Australia. The Night We Called It a Day is a comedy about what went down when ol' blue eyes came to town.

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