New York's Odyssey Detective Agency is hired by two different clients to follow two women suspected of infidelity. Ladies' man John Russo trails Angela Niotes, the elegant wife of a wealthy Italian industrialist, while Charles Rutledge and Arthur Brodsky follow Dolores Martin, the beautiful young wife of a jealous husband. Their respective cases are complicated when John falls for Angela, and Charles falls for Dolores. Written by
This was the final theatrical starring role for Audrey Hepburn, whose next - and final - film appearance (not counting a TV movie) would be a cameo in the Steven Speilberg film Always (1989). See more »
Why don't you come up to my place Charles? I can't cook a thing but I know where everything is.
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This is a mixture of melancholic and grateful happy movie
I watched it some years ago. I remembered it as very mysterious situations, and a mixture of melancholic things, like the fate of Dorothy and the personal future of Bogdanovich.
I turn to watch on my VHS copy and then I was reviewing it more and more. Nowadays I am waiting for the DVD version, at any price, please!
The country and easy listening music is very well chosen from the very first second, a bit of blueish, but also happy.
All the characters are great to me, with funny situations, great acting and a lot of dialogs that have turn this as a cult movie to me and a lot of people I met on the Internet or cinema clubs. This may not be casualty.
I think that the title is a hope about life! You have to be happy and laugh as much as possible
I know that this may be a particular comment for the movie, but the fact is that I like it very much, I think that movie marked me and I will never forget it.
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