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Next Stop Wonderland

Theatrical release poster
Directed by Brad Anderson
Produced by Mark Gill
Mitchell Robbins
Starring Hope Davis
Alan Gelfant
Cara Buono
Philip Seymour Hoffman
Holland Taylor
Robert Klein
Ken Cheeseman
Jimmy Tingle
Music by Claudio Ragazzi
Distributed by Miramax Films
Release date(s) August 21, 1998
Running time 104 minutes
Country United States
Language English
Budget $1,000,000

Next Stop Wonderland is a 1998 romantic comedy film directed by Brad Anderson and written by Anderson and Lyn Vaus.




Two people, living in Boston and unlucky in love - a nurse (Davis) whose activist boyfriend (Hoffman) has just walked out on their relationship to help an Indian tribe fight off a land development deal, and a plumber (Gelfant) struggling to pay off family obligations while pursuing a career as a marine biologist - deal with personal and professional problems and stumble through relationships, continually crossing one another's paths without ever truly meeting and realizing how perfect they are for one another. Time and time again one almost catches the other's eye, only for circumstances to intervene. Finally, after a series of ups and downs, both of their budding relationships with others crash and burn, just in time for a chance meeting on the MBTA train heading to Wonderland station on the outskirts of Boston.



  1. ^ Next Stop Wonderland (1998) - Trivia
  2. ^ Next Stop Wonderland (1998) - Box office / business

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