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Foreign Affairs(1993)

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  • a wonderful little movie

    • GEORGIA CARRASCO
    • 12/30/10

    When I first watched "Foreign Affairs" on TV, I was struck by its intelligence, wit, and passion. Of course, any movie is all the better for having Joanne Woodward or Brian Dennehy in it, but to have both cast in starring roles, playing lovers no less, was absolutely wonderful. Of course, I am partial to England (especially Oxford), having been educated there (and seeing the portico of Oriel College featured in the background of one of the shots was lovely). But the story takes precedence even over the wonderful surroundings - Brian Dennehy is superb as a rather rough-and-tumble dude from the modern American West who falls in love with a rather prim American, soon to fall equally in love (against her better judgment - sometimes, isn't that the best way?!) I cannot believe this gentle and tender (and sometimes a bit tumultuous) love story has not been deemed eligible for DVD issue (whilst movies like "Kung Fu Panda" and "Tooth Fairy" have!! I would hope that someone in authority would take another look at "Foreign Affairs" and see what a charmer it is - even with the Indian blanket scene included!! :) Love this movie and hope it gets issued on DVD VERY SOON!!!!

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