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Seven Minutes in Heaven Trivia

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Trivia, fun facts and more for the 1985 Romantic Comedy movie starring Jennifer Connelly, Byron Thames, Maddie Corman et al.
Contributed by: Dreamer012778
Jennifer Connelly, who plays Natalie, also starred in the 80's movie "Labyrinth" with David Bowie. She has also starred in other movies such as "The House Of Sand and Fog", and "Inventing The Abbotts", as well as playing the part of a young Elisabeth McGovern for a flashback sequence in the film "Once Upon A Time In America" with Robert Deniro. She also was featured in Roy Orbison's music video to "I Drove All Night" with Jason Priestley and Duran Duran's music video "Union Of the Snake". As a child she was also a model and appeared on book covers (I actually have one) and Seventeen Magazine among other things. To top this off Jennifer was also very nearly cast for the role of Diane Court in "Say Anthing" although in the end the part went to Ione Skye. She is married to actor Paul Bettany.
Contributed by: Tami Tullis
Maddie Corman "Polly" also played Eric Stoltz's annoying sister in "Some Kind of Wonderful"
Contributed by: Candace
I visited Universal Studios in the summer of 1986, and Byron Thames was a tour guide there!
Contributed by: Stephanie
Byron Thames (Jeff) went on to star in guest appearances on many TV shows, such as "21 Jump Street," "Family Ties" & "ER." He also starred in 84 Charlie Mopic, which was one of the most successful and well acclaimed independent films on the Vietnam War.
Contributed by: Stephanie
Jennifer Connelly (Natalie) later turned down the role of Veronica (which had been written with her in mind!) in the movie "Heathers", which ended up going to Winona Ryder.
Contributed by: Stephanie
This was Maddie Corman's (Polly) first picture and she was then cast in the movie "Some Kind of Wonderful" as Laura, Keith's (Eric Stoltz) pesky younger sister.
Contributed by: LoverswithCassie
Scriptwriter Jane Bernstein has a cameo as a teacher.
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Seven Minutes in Heaven was awarded a 1986 U.S. Film Festival award for Special Achievement in Youth Comedy.
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