PG | | Comedy
A wacky inventor and his wife invite two other couples for a weekend party at a romantic summer house in the 1900s countryside.
The movie's source film Smiles of a Summer Night (1955) by Ingmar Bergman was described by the "Bloomsbury Foreign Film Guide" as being "in the tradition of Marivaux". The only English language film based on one of Marivaux's stories is The Triumph of Love (2001) which starred Mira Sorvino who won a Best Supporting Actress Oscar for Woody Allen's Mighty Aphrodite (1995).
Ghosts or little spirits or pixies, I don't believe in them. Do you Mr. Foxx?
Student Foxx: No, sir.
Leopold: You sounded, with all your metaphysical gibberish.
Student Foxx: Well, I didn't mean ghosts or spirits, professor.
Leopold: Nothing is real, but experience. That which can be touched, ...
About thirteen minutes into the movie, a crew member is visible crouched by a tree, as a deer runs through the woods.
$2,514,478 (USA) (18 July 1982)
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