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One of the worst movies I've ever seen. I think Rhonda and Rozzano did it for the money.
It's clear as you go along, that this is not a top movie, but its' draw for me is Ms. Fleming out of a typecast she seemed to be stuck with in earlier days. Hated the gooey makeup, finding it made her actually less attractive. Likely that is part of the script, as she played an actress. Her husband was of a simpler taste in such things, and that was part of the adjustments needed between them. Brazzi played a more conservative, less romantic type. He did the reserve well. There is a quality about this film that attracts and holds interest. The cinematography is very pleasing, with locations unique to my film experience anyway. As for casting, the leads do surprisingly well together. The friend and her husband are attractive. The American "boyfriend" was a disappointment, being unbelievable as any kind of attraction for Ms. Flemings' character. Being a regular throughout the film, that was for me a detractor. Regardless, I personally don't think this qualifies as a bad movie. It is good viewing in general, has a competent and fuller Rhonda Fleming performance, along with the unique and successful pairing with Brazzi. I am glad it has surfaced, and believe it will garner support with subsequent airing.
SEE THIS MOVIE AND NOBODY GETS HURT!
-This is what love really is!!! These two lovers WERE in love instantly...they both needed the time to let love grow. Sit back and let the simpler times roll--the way life SHOULD be!--Marty Anders.
Third-rate romantic comedy, but Rhonda Fleming, William Redfield and Rossano Brazzi certainly made it thoroughly watchable.