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That's the problem with the garment industry: there never was a market for transparent fabric.
"So Fine" remedies that situation thanks to Ryan O'Neal, who literally backs into a great jeans idea.
This was Andrew Bergman's debut directing stint, which he also scripted. This certainly made a great calling card; wall-to-wall laughs, Ryan O'Neal in "What's Up Doc" mode, Richard Kiel as the biggest clothing designer I've ever seen (nationality: Moor?), Jack Warden telling it like it is, and Mariangela Melato as the most predatory love interest I've ever witnessed.
You have to love a movie that's not only a comedy but a love story, a success story, and even dabbles into opera near the end. All this and Anita Morris as a "So Fine Dancer".
Life is good.
Butt jokes that get belly laughs. Who knew?
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