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A Fine Romance (film)

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A Fine Romance
A Fine Romance Film Poster.jpg
Film poster
Directed by Gene Saks
Produced by Arturo La Pegna
Massimiliano La Pegna
Written by François Billetdoux (play Tchin-Tchin)
Ronald Harwood
Starring
Music by Pino Donaggio
Cinematography Franco Di Giacomo
Edited by Richard Nord
Anna Poscetti
Release date
  • 1991 (1991)
Running time
82 minutes
Country Italy
France
United States
Language Italian
English

A Fine Romance (Italian: Cin cin) is a 1991 internationally co-produced comedy film directed by Gene Saks.[1]

Plot

An Italian gentleman, Cesareo and a doctor's wife, Pamela, meet in Paris and enjoy time in the city and with each other until they learn their spouses are cheating. To teach both of them a lesson, the two plot to break up their spouses' tryst.

Cast

  • Julie Andrews as Mrs. Pamela Piquet
  • Marcello Mastroianni as Mr. Cesareo Grimaldi
  • Jean-Pierre Castaldi as Marcel
  • Jonathan Cecil
  • Ian Fitzgibbon
  • Jean-Jacques Dulon as Dr. Noiret
  • Maria Machado as Miss Knudson
  • Denise Grey as Madame Legris
  • Jean-Michel Cannone as Dr. Picquet
  • Catherine Jarret as Marguerite (as Catherine Jarrett)
  • Françoise Michaud as Madeleine
  • Hervé Hiolle as Hospital Doctor
  • Yvette Petit as 1st Concierge
  • Michèle Amiel as 2nd Concierge
  • Ronald Mills as Maitre
  • Michele Buczynski as Sales Person Photo Shop
  • Isidro Arruti as Waiter "Hotel particular"

References

  1. ^ Holden, Stephen. "NY Times: A Fine Romance". NY Times.com. Retrieved 7 June 2015.

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