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Love or Money

Love or Money ★★ 2001

Daniel (Duffy) and Samantha (Cunniffe) are strangers to each other when they become contestants on a reality TV show where they are chosen by the audience to get married. If they can form a relationship and stay together for six months, they win $1 million. But between media scrutiny, family interference, and personal difficulties, the pressure may be too much. 90m/C DVD . GB Emma Cunniffe, George Costigan, Sheila Hancock, David Calder, Steven Duffy, Nicky Henson, Pippa Heywood, Toby Jones; D: Martyn Friend; W: Elizabeth (Lizzie) Mickery; C: Sean Van Hales; M: Nigel Hess. TV

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