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(1987)
Movie Who's That Girl?
Title Who's That Girl?
Original title Who's That Girl
Year 1987
Director James Foley
Genre Comedy, Romance, Music
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Plot – Serious and timid lawyer Louden Trott, the day before his wedding with Wendy, daughter of his boss Simon Worthington, receives from his future father-in-law two delicate assignments: to pick up a precious big cat, similar to a puma, and to take Nikki Finn, an odd thief, from prison to the bus for Philadelphia. The girl is wrongly accused of the murder of her boyfriend. She knows who actually killed him, but she does not know who the instigator is – the man that her deceased boyfriend was blackmailing. Nikki's only desire is to rehabilitate herself by discovering the real culprit. Nikki and Louden spend a frantic day, involved in a series of dizzying adventures, including her petty thefts and harassment by some thugs. The big cat that is always following them is actually less of a problem because it promptly obeys when Nikki calls it. Although he has fallen in love with the strange girl, Louden decides to go ahead and marry his girlfriend. The morning of the wedding, he goes with Nikki to collect an envelope from the bank; he gives it to the girl, who leaves by coach, while the young man goes to the ceremony. Nikki finds the evidence that the instigator of the murder of her boyfriend is Simon Worthington. She rushes to the wedding and reveals everything in front of the guests, managing to send the offender to prison and to win the love of the young man.
All actors – Madonna, Griffin Dunne, Haviland Morris, John McMartin, Bibi Besch, John Mills, Robert Swan, Drew Pillsbury, Coati Mundi, Dennis Burkley, James Dietz, Cecile Callan
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