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"Bed and Breakfast" is a romantic comedy about a saleswoman from a large department store in Rio who discovers she has inherited property in the wine country of California. She could never expect what she would find in Webster, a small country town. Written by
Not good, not dreadful . Bad editing and performances to a storyline with promise. Still watched and in a strange way , enjoyed. Two main characters did not hit it off on screen but both were not bad. Still worth a view if not paying for it. The problem is the editing and the beginning in two languages. It makes it disjointed .belief is most important in any movie. This does not have it. It has all the components but not the glue to join it up. It's a pity because I wanted to smile, laugh and wish the main characters well in the adventure.the backdrop was right. The mobiles seemed to work but the camera failed to deliver.
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