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Long Time Since

Long Time Since ★½ 1997

A bit too remote and artsy to be involving. On New Year's Eve in 1971, Diane (Porizkova) hit something (or someone) with her car while driving on a remote country road. The repressed Diane has blocked all memories for some 24 years—until she hears “Auld Lang Syne” on the radio and fragments begin to come by. Putting these bits together leads her to the solitary Michael (Sands) whose wife and baby daughter when missing around the same time as Diane's accident. 89m/C VHS, DVD . Paulina Porizkova, Julian Sands, Julianne Nicholson, Jeff Webster; D: Jay Anania; W: Jay Anania; C: Oliver Bokelberg; M: Judy Kuhn.

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