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There's a movie I have been looking for. I saw it many years ago and I can't remember the name and it's driving me crazy. Its about a woman that seeks revenge on the man who dated her sister and killed her. I can't remember if he actually killed her or she killed herself out of heartbreak. The sister gets a job at the business where the man works so that she can get him to fall in love with her so she can seek revenge. The sister is a blonde with shoulder length hair. If anybody knows, please tell me. Oh, it's not "A Sister's Revenge". I know which one that is.

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Hey there! It would be great if you can quantify "many years". Will give us more information to find the answer :) –  Incognito Mar 8 at 14:36
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Is it in Engish, BTW? And what would you say was the genre or vibe: Drama? Thriller? Or lighter and comedic? –  Walt May 7 at 12:13
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It can be following

La morte ha fatto l'uovo or The Marsh (2006).

first (La morte ha....) I think is inappropriate movie http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0061994/

this is second http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0496350/ 'A young beautiful but stressed out children's writer seeks out a holiday in the country but becomes the lead character in a supernatural mystery she must solve to save her life'

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You should expound on your answer, with description, references, and links, if you have them. Being from the Ukraine, I understand English may not be your first language, so just do the best you can and we will help with the grammar and spelling. –  Paulster2 Jan 5 at 1:32
    
You might want to split your answer into two, giving the others a chance to judge (and accept) each of your possibilities individually. –  Napoleon Wilson Feb 6 at 10:12
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