A beautician in America is mistakenly thought to be an academic teacher by a representative of an Eastern European dictator. She is invited to their country on that mistaken belief and is asked to be the tutor of the dictator's children. While there, she tries to Westernize the whole country.Written by
Tony Berkoff <email@example.com>
Just like Fran Drescher's other hit, The Nanny (1993), this movie also uses her real name. In The Nanny (1993), they used the more commonly known label, Fran, and in this movie, they use her second name, Joy. See more »
As Joy stops to take one last look at Pochenko before briskly leaving the party, a couple waltzes in front of her. Though not seen in the shot, it may be concluded by Joy's fast turn and angle that she either caught arms with the waltzers or stumbled into them as she turns to leave. See more »
I don't care if Timothy Dalton has a shitty accent in this movie. I don't care if Fran Drescher has a nasal voice. So what that Slovetzia doesn't exist, and the bad people are dark, gloomy western stereotypes of former eastern regimes. I don't care, as long as I enjoy watching it. I totally adore this movie. It leaves me with a giggle and a big smile on my face, and movies that do that make just as much sense to me as Schindler's List, if I'm in the mood to watch that kind of movie. I love a movie, where I can put my brain on stand by and just enjoy it. I've just received the movie today, and I know, that tonight will be chips and dip night in front of the TV. Just can't wait to watch it again. A big 10 from me for the entertainment value.
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