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A New Kind of Love (1963)

 -  Comedy | Romance  -  10 October 1963 (UK)
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The fashion industry and Paris provide the setting for a comedy surrounding the mistaken impression that Joanne Woodward is a high-priced call girl. Paul Newman is the journalist interviewing her for insights on her profession.

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Credited cast:
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Steve Sherman
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Samantha (Sam) Blake / Mimi
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Leena
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Felicienne Courbeau
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Joe Bergner
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Harry
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Frenchman at Restaurant
Jan Moriarty ...
Suzanne, Model with Umbrella
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Danish Stewardess
Robert F. Simon ...
Bertram Chalmers, Sherman's Boss
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Keith Dahle ...
Shopper (as Galen Keith Dahle)
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The fashion industry and Paris provide the setting for a comedy surrounding the mistaken impression that Joanne Woodward is a high-priced call girl. Paul Newman is the journalist interviewing her for insights on her profession.

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Comedy | Romance

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10 October 1963 (UK)  »

Also Known As:

Amor Daquele Jeito  »

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Trivia

When his editor tells him he's being reassigned to Paris, "where you'll probably die," Newman replies, "Yeah, but what a wonderful way to go." The line turned out to be prophetic - the very next year, Newman played an American living in Paris in What a Way to Go! (1964). See more »

Goofs

Maurice Chevalier gives a party hat to Felicienne, who puts it on twice. See more »

Quotes

Joe Bergner: I'm an American citizen. I've got a right to be miserable anywhere in the world!
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Crazy Credits

If we forgot anyone, sue us. See more »

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References La Dolce Vita (1960) See more »

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You Brought a New Kind of Love to Me
by Sammy Fain, Irving Kahal and Pierre Norman
Sung by Frank Sinatra
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Good, not great, Newman/Woodward pairing
20 March 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

As far as pairings of Joanne Woodward and husband Paul Newman go, "A New Kind of Love" lacks the snappy plot and dramatic depth necessary to do its leading actors justice. Woodward steals the show as Sam, a homely and somewhat androgynous fashion designer often mistaken for a man (it's the pageboy haircut and constantly smoldering cigarette in her mouth); Newman is aesthetically pleasing (and alarmingly convincing) in the role of handsome, sarcastic Steve, a New York journalist who pursues more young women than hot story leads.

After an initial awkward opening sequence, the first forty or so minutes of the film are stimulating, with intriguing color schemes and costumes, quick wit and acerbic dialogue, beautiful Parisian scenery and an escalating plot line. Beyond that, however, the plot seems to drag, and frequent unnecessary departures are made from it - the musical montage with Maurice Chevalier, for instance, slows the film down and only serves to severely date the film (not to mention alienate any viewer who is clueless as to who, exactly, Maurice Chevalier is.) Some scenes are played out far beyond their initial artistic effect (the split-screen sequences), while others are confusing and impede the general flow of the storyline (Steve's visions of bawdy tales played out like sports), giving the story an air of ridiculousness instead of credibility.

All in all, this light comedy shines with the sheer romantic energy of Newman and Woodward (I found myself re-watching various parts of the film just to marvel at the undeniable chemistry between the two), but has none of the lasting impact of the pair's other films. It leaves one feeling a bit unsated, perhaps because of the overly-muddled plot that seems to have been convoluted merely to stretch the movie into a 90-minute romp - but the beautiful Woodward sparkles with natural talent, and Newman's on screen presence compliments hers seemingly without effort. Fans of Paul and Joanne will be charmed, but not moved, by this New Kind of Love.


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