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According to the American home video sleeve notes this picture was "shot entirely on location".
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Debut English language film of French actor Thierry Lhermitte.
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The film's closing credits give special thanks to "Chloe, Chemises de Charvet, Knoll International, Chanel and Trans World Airlines"
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Debut produced screenplay for a feature film of screenwriter Janice Lee Graham.
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The movie's closing credits declare that this picture "was filmed entirely on location in and around Paris and La Napoule, France."
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First American feature film of French actor Thierry Lhermitte.
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The production shoot for this film ran for about fifty-five days.
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The film's story was inspired by the eleven years that its screenwriter Janice Lee Graham had spent living in the French capital city of Paris in France.
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Reportedly, the picture came in about US $500,000 or half a million dollars under budget.
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The picture debuted in sixth place on its opening weekend at the North American box-office in the USA.
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