Now and Then [VHS] 
Four women who were childhood friends reunite twenty years on to find that they have little in common. They reminisce about the pact they made in 1970 to always be there for each other, and recall the seance they held to revive the spirit of 'Dearest Johnny', whose grave they discovered in the churchyard.
About the Director
Directed and produced over 300 sports videos, DVD and broadcast documentaries including 'England's World Cup Glorymen'. Directed Bernard Hill (Lord of the Rings & Titanic) in the highly acclaimed MUTV documentary 'Old Trafford 100 Years' in 2010. TV sports reporter for ITV London/Thames, 1982-1992. Launched Britain's first Club TV channel for Middlesbrough Football Club in 1997. Freelance sports writer for the Sunday Mirror for 26 years. --This text refers to the DVD edition.
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The story is about 4 young girls and their relationship with each other as best friends. It shows the experiences they have to overcome as children and how it affects them in later life. The story starts off with the girls when they are older, and goes back to show what happened in their best summer when they were younger. They make a pact to always be there for each other, and now they're older, they put their pact to the test.
This film has everything; comedy, drama, sadness, excellent performances by all the cast and a great soundtrack to boot!
The film shows the importance of our friends and enjoying the time we have with them.
I recommend to watch this with a group of your bestfriends, or, if like me you tend to cry at films, watch on your own!!!
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