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as an Australian i remember when Brooke was in Sydney shooting this film and all the media attention it received.she did the rounds promoting the film and i was extremely excited when it finally aired not long after filming finished. I'm not sure she should have bothered.the film in itself is not a total disaster.its entertaining enough,but i think the let down are her co stars and their seeming lack of acting experience. Brooke does a good job with a silly script and looks beautiful as always playing an American widow living in Australia trying to deal with her late husbands financial business woes.its fun to see Brooke in a role in such a departure from her roles previous but even that fact cannot save this film-maybe the director should have kept her out of a morbid wardrobe of suits and overcoats. worth a look for Brooke fans only.
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