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‘My Dead Boyfriend’ Exclusive Clip: Heather Graham Embarks On an Eccentric Journey To Learn About Her Deceased Companion

The film is directed by Anthony Edwards, best known for playing Mark Greene on "ER."

My Dead Boyfriend

“My Dead Boyfriend”

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What if the person you always thought was a loser suddenly dies and you discover they had a rich life after all? That’s the premise of Anthony Edwards’ film “My Dead Boyfriend,” the story of a woman who embarks on an eccentric journey after coming home to find her boyfriend has died.

Based on Arthur Nersessian’s 2000 novel “dogrun,” the film film follows Mary (Heather Graham), who desperately tries to get rid of her dead boyfriend’s ashes and finds herself in numerous misadventures, like playing bass in a rock band, befriending a dog, and meeting up with ex-lovers. Along the way, she realizes she’s more than her string of temp jobs and discovers there’s much more to her couch potato boyfriend. The film co-stars Katherine Moennig (“The L Word”), John Corbett (“Northern Exposure”), Gina Gershon (“Face/Off”), Scott Michael Foster (“Greek”), Griffin Dunne (“After Hours”) and more. Watch an exclusive clip from the film below.

Edwards is best known for playing Dr. Mark Greene on “ER” for its first eight seasons. He has also acted in films such as David Fincher’s “Zodiac,” “Top Gun,” “Revenge of the Nerds” and more. Meanwhile, Graham is best known for her acclaimed performances in “Drugstore Cowboy,” “Boogie Nights,” “Twin Peaks” and “Austin Powers: The Spy who Shagged Me.”

“My Dead Boyfriend” will be released in select theaters and On Demand/Digital HD on November 4.

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