Successful, single, lonely Pam gets magically transported to the life she would have had if she’d married Mr. Right. Yep, Me Myself I presents another what-if scenario, but this one’s distinguished by some freshly funny domestic predicaments, and by Griffiths’ winning performance as an independent woman suddenly stuck in a stale union with three problem kids. Few such flights of fancy have been played with so much heart.
TRADING PLACES Griffiths doesn't know who she is
Genre: Romance, Drama; Starring: Rachel Griffiths, David Roberts; Director: Pip Karmel; Author: Pip Karmel; Runtime (in minutes): 104; MPAA Rating: R; Distributor: Columbia Tri-Star Home Video
Posted September 19 2000 — 12:00 AM EDT
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