Anthony Wayne goes to Paris. He's going to work there as a bank- employee. He has got 30 days off to orientate himself and to find himself a house. He falls in love with Nicole Chantelle (... See full summary »
"Every year, for thirty days during the lunar seventh month, the Chinese believe that the gates of hell are thrown open. Vengeful spirits or hungry ghosts wander among the living, seeking ... See full summary »
Alessandra de Rossi,
A young woman returns to her annual summer retreat and is reunited with a lover from the past. Their passion reignited, they make up for lost time. However, a younger visitor, intent on ... See full summary »
This made-for-television remake of Alfred Hitchcock's "Strangers on a Train" (1951) follows the same story, but has changed the genders of the lead characters from male to female. Sheila ... See full summary »
Tommy Lee Wallace
Anthony Wayne goes to Paris. He's going to work there as a bank- employee. He has got 30 days off to orientate himself and to find himself a house. He falls in love with Nicole Chantelle (she doesn't know that) and becomes her maid, which means that he has to look after the spoiled Marie, Nicole's daughter. He's the first who can handle her, and he really enjoys being maid. Then it appears that Nicole is his future colleague at the bank... Written by
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I like this simply because of the chemistry between Martin and Jacqueline. I love films with storyline like this. Its quite predictable nonetheless it suits my romantic taste. Martin sheen is a ladies man. I love the fact that there's a brat involve and to win the girl of his dream he must win the kid's trust first. Lovely, lovely, lovely. Jacqueline is gorgeous and elegant as ever BTW. The bratty kid did a job well done at first. She might be a female kid version of the problem kid. The scene that fascinated me was the part where Anthony (Sheen) have to do the maid or for this matter a butlers job with his boss as one of the guest. Its so funny I was giggling the whole scene. I love the piano song as well.
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