Searching for Paradise

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Searching for Paradise
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Searching for Paradise, DVD cover
Directed by Myra Paci
Written by Myra Paci
Starring Susan May Pratt
Chris Noth
Jeremy Davies
Cinematography Teodoro Maniaci
Distributed by Sundance Channel
Release date
December 31, 2001
Running time
88 minutes
Country US

Searching for Paradise is a 2001 movie, with screenplay and direction by Myra Paci.

Searching for Paradise is the story of Gilda Mattei, a girl overcome with grief over the death of her father. In trying to cope with her depression and uncertainty about her purpose in life, she embarks on a journey in which she endeavors to meet her favorite actor, Michael DeSantis, for whom she has developed an obsession.



Searching for Paradise was nominated for The Golden Starfish Award and won the cinematography award at the Hamptons International Film Festival. Also, Susan May Pratt won an award for best actress at the Milan International Film Festival.


Rotten Tomatoes gives the film an audience score of 38%.[1]


  1. ^ Searching for Paradise, Rotten Tomatoes, retrieved 2016-10-28

External links

  • Searching for Paradise on IMDb
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