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The Pill

Released December 16, 2011
3.1 /5 by Netflix users

Director:

J.C. Khoury

Starring:

Noah Bean , Rachel Boston , Anna Chlumsky , Jean Brassard , S. Lue McWilliams

Ashley F
Ashley F • 1 year ago

The Pill After a drunken one-night stand, uptight Fred spends the day with offbeat Mindy to ensure she takes both doses of the morning-after pill -- and finds himself pulled into a whirl of wacky and awkward adventures in this delightful comedy.

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