“The Mirror Has Two Faces” quotes

Movie The Mirror Has Two Faces
Barbra Streisand directed this movie in 1996
Title The Mirror Has Two Faces
Year 1996
Director Barbra Streisand
Genre Drama, Comedy, Romance
Plot – Gregory is a Columbia University math professor who has had a series of passionate relationships, until he decides to look only for friendship and mutual respect. He puts an ad and Rose answers him. She hasn't found the right man yet and still lives with her old mother. When they meet they find to have many things in common and shortly after they marry. The intellectual passion will replace physical attraction and the situation works until Rose thinks it's time to change. Gregory opposes and travels to Europe to participate to some conferences, while Rose gives herself a provocative and feminine look. When Gregory returns, he rejects her. As Alex breaks his relationship with Claire, Rose's sister, he tries to start a new one with Rose, while Gregory tries to regain ground rushing to Rose's house and declaring his love.
All actors – Barbra Streisand, Jeff Bridges, Lauren Bacall, George Segal, Mimi Rogers, Pierce Brosnan, Brenda Vaccaro, Austin Pendleton, Elle Macpherson, Ali Marsh, Leslie Stefanson, Taina Elg, Lucy Avery Brooks, Amber Smith, David Kinzie, Howard S. Herman, Thomas Hartman, Trevor Ristow, Brian Schwary, Jill Tara Kushner, Randy Pearlstein, Stacie Sumter, Cindy Guyer, Thomas Saccio, Andrew Parks, Jimmy Baio, Emma Fann, Laura Bailey, Mike Hodge, Anne O'Sullivan, Sandi Schroeder, Kiyoko M. Hairston, Ben Weber, Christopher Keyes, Lisa Wheeler, Kirk Moore, Regina Viotto, Paul LaBreque, Rudy Ruggiero, William Cain, Adam LeFevre, JoAn Mollison, Carlo Scibelli, Rodney Anoai, Alex Ballar, Marty Davey, Harrison Freed, Jennifer Gareis, Christopher King, Kurt Koehler, Rebecca Kramer, Adrian Lee, Marshall Dancing Elk Lucas, Cheryl Moore, Glenn Phillips, Eli Roth, Allelon Ruggiero, Bettina Skye, Lea Walker
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