Telling You

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Telling You
Poster of the movie Telling You.jpg
Poster of the film.
Directed by Robert DeFranco
Produced by Christopher DeFranco
David DuPuy
Written by Denis Flood
Marc Palmieri
Starring Peter Facinelli
Andy Berman
Robert DeFranco
Gary Wolf
Dash Mihok
Richard Libertini
Jennifer Love Hewitt
Gina Philips
Jennifer Jostyn
Matthew Lillard
Music by Sean Hall[disambiguation needed]
Russ Landau
Tom Romero
Cinematography Mark Doering-Powell
Edited by Jonathan Cates
Louis F. Cioffi
Distributed by Division I Entertainment Inc.
Release date(s) 1998
Running time 94 min.
Country United States
Language English

Telling You, also known as Love Sucks, is a 1998 comedy-romance film with some drama elements. The film was directed by Robert DeFranco and distributed by Miramax. Its filming location finds place in North Hollywood. It was released on August 7, 1998.

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Two college graduates find themselves back home in New Jersey stuck behind the counter of a pizza parlor and frustrated about their life's perspectives, while their friends move on, struggle to find a new direction for their lives. Dennis feels overtaken by those he outstripped at high school while Phil re-encounters an ex-girlfriend he left behind. In the meantime, dealing with problems created by some money missing from the restaurant, the pair begin meeting old acquaintances and trying to pull themselves up and reorganize their plans for the future.

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