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Don't Go Breaking My Heart (1999/MVD Visual DVD)


Picture: C†††† Sound: C†††† Extras: D†††† Film: C+



A young British widow named Suzanne (Jenny Seagrove of the hit U.K. Series Judge John Deed) with 2 children is reluctantly to fall in love again, but when her dentist Tony (Anthony Edwards) hypnotizes her to fall for him, his plan backfires when an American coach accidentally triggers the hypnosis to fall for him. Now trapped between two men chasing after her and gossiping friends will Suzanne be able to make a choice? That is the set-up of Willi Pattersonís Donít Go Breaking My Heart.
This is a comic film of love with dash hypnotism, a doctor whom tries to hypnotize his patient to fall in love with him, but all the meanwhile his hypnotisms goes to waste when they are accidentally triggered by sports trainer Tony. While the doctor is charming and rich, Tony is the sensitive type and wins the hearts of her children, but Suzanne finds out the truth and she learns feelings of eros was hypnosis, can she trust either man and if her feelings of love were true?
Made as a family comedy for all ages, this hardly was seen in the U.S., but here is the DVD. Can someone be hypnotized to fall in love? Is this ethical?The comedy centered on the two men who were using hypnotism chasing after the widow, but also had the moral drama of how to raise and educate children and that in the end if you want to win the heart of a young widow with children, first win the heart of her children which is watchable, but not great.At least it is something different.Jane Leeves (Frazier), Tom Conti and Charles Dance also star.



-†† Ricky Chiang


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