Shopgirl

Theatrical Release: October 21, 2005
DVD Release: April 25, 2006
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Synopsis

Limited Release – Check your local papers for theaters and show-times.

The story follows Mirabelle, a disenchanted salesgirl and aspiring artist who sells gloves and accessories at a department store. She has two men in her life: wealthy divorcée Ray Porter (Steve Martin) and struggling musician Jeremy. Mirabelle falls in love with the glamorous Ray, and her life takes a magical turn, but eventually she realizes that she must empower herself and make a choice between them.

Dove Review

Many girls dream of a Prince riding in on his silver steed to save her. Mirabelle sees Ray as that Prince. As happens from time to time in real life, sometimes we pick the wrong person to be the Prince. In this movie it is no different. The girl falls for the wrong guy and is left behind with the hurt. But the other guy who was the toad of this fairy tale returns with a new make-over and now becomes the Prince. And it is always amazing that after the girl is happy in a different direction the original prince comes in at the last moment to tell her that he did love her after all.

The movies “Pretty Woman” and “Shopgirl” have much in common; a rich man paying for a lot of things so he can sleep with the girl. The only difference is that the rich guy doesn’t want or get the girl in the end.

Content Description

Sex: implied sex, guy borrows condom from neighbor, guy on top of girl, lady on radio talks about sex, another man and girl in bed together, implied masturbation by man, and then implied sex
Language: 5 MG/OMG, 1 P-ss off, 2 A, 2 H, 2 S
Violence: none
Drugs: drinking wine, smoking and drinking at concert, girl takes antidepressants
Nudity: Girl dressed in sexy outfit, implied that guy is naked on top of girl, rear nudity of girl laying naked on bed
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Info

Company: Touchstone Pictures
Writer: Steve Martin
Director: Anand Tucker
Producer: Ashok Amritraj
Genre: Drama
Runtime: 104 min.
Industry Rating: R
Reviewer: Donna Rolfe