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Third feature film of director Whit Stillman. Metropolitan (1990) and Barcelona (1994) were the earlier works. This movie is the third film in director Whit Stillman's "Doomed-Bourgeois-in-Love series", these other two pictures being the other films in the series. This film includes a number of cameo appearances from characters that appeared in the two earlier movies. See more »
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Wooden acting, insipid characters, no plot, inane dialogue
I rented this by mistake, thinking that my wife wanted to see it. I'm lucky she didn't divorce me after 10 minutes of this stupid drivel. The acting is uniformly bland, the characters are uninteresting, the production values are mediocre, and the script is a reminder that socializing in the disco era was probably only tolerable because everyone was in a drug induced stupor. The only positive aspect of it was that now I feel like a great dancer, after watching so many overlong scenes of uninspired disco dancing.
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