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... Fantasy, Romance Runtime: 97 min Country: Australia Release Date: 1996.
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Dating the Enemy
Television show host Brett (Guy Pearce) and his laid-back science journalist girlfriend Tash (Claudia Karvan) despair that they will ever truly understand each other. On their first anniversary, under a full moon, a frustrated Tash declares her wish that they could swap lives. The next morning, Brett and Tash awaken to find Tash's wish has come true. Forced to confront the unfamiliar sensations of their "new" bodies, both must navigate strange new experiences with friends and co-workers.
Initial release: September 19, 1996 (Australia)
Director: Megan Simpson Huberman
Running time: 1h 37m
Screenplay: Megan Simpson Huberman
Music composed by: David Hirschfelder