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16th January 2002
Vanilla Sky 15 cert camera  


Director: Cameron Crowe
Producer(s):
Tom Cruise; Paula Wagner
Cast:
Tom Cruise, Penelope Cruz, Kurt Russell, Cameron Diaz, Jason Lee, Johnny Galecki, Jean Carol
Length: 136 minutes
Release:
25th January 2002

Tom Cruise plays david Aames

Cruise in a bit of a bother
Love is like a roller coaster

Director Cameron Crowe teams up with Tom Cruise once again in an adaptation of Alejandro Amenabar's 1997 Spanish film Open Your Eyes.

Cruise plays David Aames, a playboy publisher leading a seemingly charmed life. His most recent playmate is his "friend" Julie Gianni (Cameron Diaz), who cares for David more than he realises.

Tom Cruise and Penelope Cruz

Have they finally found true love?

When David meets the fetching Sofia Serrano (Penelope Cruz) at his birthday party, he awakens to the possibility of what true love can feel like, leaving Julie distraught. However, after an accident that changes David's life, he is forced to rethink his choices.

This psychological thriller becomes roller coaster ride of flashbacks as David tries to make sense of all that has happened, relaying some surreal experiences to a psychiatrist (Kurt Russell) after being charged with murder.

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