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Begin Again (2014)

Gretta, a budding songwriter, finds herself alone after her boyfriend Dave ditches her. Her life gains purpose when Dan, a record label executive, notices her talent.
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Gretta, a budding songwriter, finds herself alone after her boyfriend Dave ditches her. Her life gains purpose when Dan, a record label executive, notices her talent.

Rating:R
Genre:Comedy, Music, Romance, Drama
Directed By:John Carney
Written By:John Carney
In Theaters:7/11/2014
Box Office:$63,464,861
Runtime:104 minutes
Studio:Likely Story, Apatow Productions, Exclusive Media, Sycamore Pictures, Black Label Media

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