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We just hadn't planned on a change of plan.
Well who plans on a change of plan? I mean, that would be sorta paranoid, don't you think?
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C'est si bon
Music by Henri Betti
Lyrics by André Hornez (as Andre Hornez)
Performed by Eartha Kitt
Courtesy of The RCA Records Label, a unit of BMG Music
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Maybe it's because I'm a prude underneath, but I find it difficult to believe that a Ph.D. candidate would be so derelict of morality that she would be seduced by her fiancé's mother and her boyfriend.
The ending was horrible. 'In over his head' was the metaphor that came to mind, as she intended. The script was horrible. Too much 'deaux ex machina' to suit me.
And no reason at all for the boy falling in love with his other medical student person. Not much of a relationship going in, if they can be twisted away from one another so easily.
Hard to make enough lines to tell you just how bad this movie is, since it was so boring I remember very little of it. Just a waste of time.
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