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British thesp Rachel Stirling (“Still Crazy”) will join Mira Sorvino in the romantic comedy “The Triumph of Love.” Pic, produced by Bernardo Bertolucci, is an adaptation of a play penned by Pierre Marivaux about two young women who disguise themselves as men. Stirling is repped by Gilbert/Coates and Sue Latimer in the U.K.

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    British thesp Rachel Stirling (“Still Crazy”) will join Mira Sorvino in the romantic comedy “The Triumph of Love.” Pic, produced by Bernardo Bertolucci, is an adaptation of a play penned by Pierre Marivaux about two young women who disguise themselves as men. Stirling is repped by Gilbert/Coates and Sue Latimer in the U.K.

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