Love Letters (1999)

Director


Main cast
Steven Weber; Laura Linney; Kirsten Storms

Genres
Drama, Romance

Description
United Stares Senator, Andrew Ladd, revisits his life after a woman he loved, but only wrote letters to, died. Having meet as children the two grow apart as he enters politics and she aspires to be an artist. While success follows him, she has a more trying life.


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