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Girl meets biological father post war. She also is engaged to her father's son. Then they find out her father is not the biological father of her fiancé.

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Hi, can you provide any other detail - even when you saw it, what language was it in (if not English), whether it was black and white or color etc. –  iandotkelly Jan 14 at 15:42
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Any more details that may help identification? When did you watch it? What time was it likely from? What country was it likely from? And - "She also is engaged to her father's son. Then they find out her father is not the biological son of her father." - Wut? Whose father is a father of whose son's father? –  Napoleon Wilson Jan 14 at 15:43
    
I edited it to read correctly now. –  Pamela Jan 14 at 15:49
    
This is not the movie Love Letter or Letter to Juliet –  Pamela Jan 14 at 15:52
    
"She also is engaged to her father's son." - Her biological father's son or her non-biological father's son? Did she know her father was not her biological father right from the beginning (which makes sense, as otherwise she would have engaged to her brother, not knowing he isn't her brother). I guess this question could deserve some more elaborate explanations. –  Napoleon Wilson Jan 14 at 15:53
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Say It Isn't So (2001) Stars Chris Klein, Heather Graham.

Young orphan Gilly (Klein) finds out his lover Jo (Graham) may actually be his biological sister. After they break up he discovers he's not related and travels across the country to stop her impending wedding. Unfortunately the entire nation has heard the same story and thinks he's just after incestuous thrills.

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No this isn't it. –  Pamela Jan 16 at 16:43
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