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Do You Remember Laurie Zimmer? est un film français de genre Documentaire sorti en France le 7 mars 2003 avec John Carpenter

Do You Remember Laurie Zimmer? (2003)

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Do You Remember Laurie Zimmer? is a 2003 documentary film written and directed by French filmmaker Charlotte Szlovak. It was released in France under the alternate titles, Laura, disparue, recherchée and Qui se souvient de Laurie Zimmer?


The film chronicles Szlovak's search to discover what happened to her long-lost friend, Laurie Zimmer, an American former actress who had a short, briefly promising, career during the mid-to-late 1970s.


John Carpenter

(Himself (voice))
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