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This movie follows the first Au Pair and though a bit of a copycat production from the original it does prove that movies can be clean, wholesome and interestingly entertaining. Once again Heidi Lenhart lights up the screen and Greg Harrison gives the production a manly presentation. I was surprised that some reviewers only gave these two both films two stars; the beautiful scenes in Austria along the Danube are worth four stars alone. I really did not want to see either film end as they were that enjoyable.
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