While You Were Dating (2017)

Director
David Winning

Main cast
William Baldwin; Julia Benson; Robert Moloney; Michelle Morgan; Gary Peterman

Genres
Romance, Comedy

Description
A long-divorced couple are reunited on a blind date and agree to fix each other up with friends and colleagues. While fix-up after fix-up fails to work out for either of them, they begin to wonder if perhaps they aren't the right match for one another after all.


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