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  1. 3 giu 2007 · Write & Wrong: Directed by Graeme Clifford. With Kirstie Alley, Eric Christian Olsen, Stacy Grant, Peter Cockett. When screenwriter Byrdie/Kirstie Alley returns to Hollywood for work, she hits the wall of ageism. Needing work, she gets her nephew to sell her script as his own.

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    • Comedy, Drama
    • Graeme Clifford
    • 2007-06-03
  2. Diretto da Graeme Clifford, 2007 Commedia (88 minuti) con Kirstie Alley, Eric Christian Olsen, Stacy Grant. Altri film dello stesso regista: Caracara, Ruby Cairo. Leggi la scheda film completa.

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    • Graeme Clifford
  3. 3 giu 2007 · Release Date: June 3, 2007Director: Marc WebbProducer: Ted BaumanWriter: George BeckermanCast: Kirstie Alley, Eric Christian OlsenPlot: Byrdie Langdon (Kirst...

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  4. Write & Wrong (also known as And She Was) is a 2007 Lifetime Television film directed by Graeme Clifford and starring Kirstie Alley and Eric Christian Olsen . External links. Write & Wrong at IMDb. Categories: Lifetime (TV network) films. 2007 television films. 2007 films. 2007 comedy-drama films. Films directed by Graeme Clifford.

    • George Beckerman
  5. 6 mar 2007 · Overview. Quickly approaching her fiftieth birthday, talented and once-famous screenwriter Byrdie has lately had a hard time finding work in the movie biz. As she's aged, the industry hasn't, and the new regime isn't interested in what a maturing wordsmith has to say.

  6. Write & Wrong (2007) directed by Graeme Clifford • Reviews, film + cast • Letterboxd. 2007 Directed by Graeme Clifford. In Hollywood, how low do you go to get back on top? Quickly approaching her fiftieth birthday, talented and once-famous screenwriter Byrdie has lately had a hard time finding work in the movie biz.

  7. Synopsis. Birdie Langdon is an Oscar winning writer approaching her 50th birthday who gets continually stonewalled finding work in an industry that prizes youth above all else. In desperation, she dreams up a plan to have her attractive car-salesman nephew Neil pose as a screenwriter using her scripts. The ruse succeeds perfectly.