An impoverished woman who has been forced to choose between a privileged life with her wealthy aunt and her journalist lover, befriends an American heiress. When she discovers the heiress is attracted to her own lover and is dying, she sees a chance to have both the privileged life she cannot give up and the lover she cannot live without.
Helena Bonham Carter,
Crystals (Vondelpark Remix)
Composed by Jack Goldstein (as Goldstein), Roo Bhasin (as Bhasin), Jason Warner (as Warner), Christopher Dawson (as Dawson), Michael Thompson (as Thompson)
Performed by Fixers See more »
Despite the Critics, I Thought it was a More-Than-Adequate Adaption
After reading previous reviews, I can only assume that most people have not actually read the book, "Piege pour Cendrillion." For most of the reviews complain about the ridiculous plot, which is not the fault of the producer, but the author of the original book. I do admit, this plot is not at all realistic. But first: realize the book this film was based on was FICTION. Fiction is not supposed to be or held to be realistic. Second: realize that if one wanted to make an adaption of the BOOK, they would not be able to greatly deviate from the novel's plot, considering they would have had to obtain the author's consent.
So if you did not like the plot, do not blame the screenwriters or the actors; blame the author of "Piege pour Cendrillon." Yet I have a feeling most people have not actually read the novel, therefore, you have no place to comment, considering this is an ADAPTION OF THE NOVEL.
I thought the actors, directors, and producers gave a great performance based off of what they were given. Cheers to all involved in this movie.
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