Renata Bella feels like a failure at life and career. But when Renata attends a seminar on selling real estate, she finally finds True Love. Sam Sharpe, while a top-notch, successful salesman, is much older than Renata. She is swept away by his excessively flamboyant style and irrepressible nature. The very traits she finds romantic, however, lead to repeated conflict with her family, especially her beloved father Joe, leaving Renata trapped in the middle. Written by
The Bellas were one big happy family. Then Renata met Sam...
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Did You Know?
In this, as in almost all films where an attempt is made to characterize a Boston accent, players don't understand that Bostonians would never not pronounce the r at the end of a word if the next word begins with a vowel. The classic "Park the car in Harvard Yard" is supposed to be pronounced thusly, "Pahk the car in Hahvad Yahd." See more
He says I'm not intellectual.
Who gives a shit!
Composed by Johann Strauss
(as Johann Strauss)
Performed by Peter Falk
conducting Vienna State Opera Orchestra
(as The Vienna Opera Orchestra) See more