April has just graduated from an exclusive Southern college. She's just returned home to her family mansion to prepare for her semi-arranged marriage to "the right man", a man approved by April's father, a Senator. During a trip to the local fair, April meets Perry, the kind of man she always wanted but never knew. Her parents are aghast, as Perry is exactly the kind of man they don't want her associating with. April must reconcile the expectations of her family and her fiancée with the passion she feels for Perry. Written by
Murray Chapman <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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The title may be a pun, given the erotic nature of the film. See more
At the end of the movie, when April is in Perry's shower, we see her left hand without any jewelry. In a subsequent close-up of the same hand, there's an engagement ring and wedding band. See more
So, what color's your living room?
White. But it's not my house, its my parents.
Is your bedroom white too?
It's beige with floral print.
My whole place down in Texas is wood panel. Never lived in anything but. Except when I lived in Vegas. I was married to my second husband, he was this guy in the Air Force. They put us up at this high-rise condo at Indian Springs that was great. A prefab with a balcony.
Lo, How A Rose E're Blooming
Performed by The Notre Dame Glee Club
Written by Michael Praetorius
Arranged by Archibald T. Davidson
Published by E.C. Schirmer Music Company, Inc. Boston See more