R | | Comedy, Romance
Best friends and their daughters vacation in Rio de Janeiro only for one to fall for the other's daughter.
Co-Screenwriter Charlie Peters wrote Kiss Me Goodbye (1982), which was a remake of the Brazilian movie Dona Flor and Her Two Husbands (1976). That movie, and its source novel, were both set in Brazil, South America, where this movie is mostly set, with the American remake Kiss Me Goodbye (1982) being set in the U.S. The original Brazilian movie had several "boudoir farce" story elements, which were taken out for the American Kiss Me Goodbye (1982) remake. Peters then co-wrote this American remake, this movie, which also takes place in Brazil, re-setting the action there, from the Côte d'Azur in France, where the source movie, In a Wild Moment (1977), was mostly set. But this time, the remake, this movie, did not have the "boudoir farce" story elements removed from its source foreign movie, as had been the case with Kiss Me Goodbye (1982).
Do you hate me?
Nicole Hollis: No, him. Does he tell you he loves you?
Jennifer Lyons: No.
Nicole Hollis: You'll get used to it.
Matthew Hollis tells Jennifer Lyons that he is 20 years older than her. Michael Caine was 51 at the time of filming and Michelle Johnson was 18, a difference of 33 years. It's either a mistake or he lied about his age. Further, at [55:01] Victor said he was 43.
$3,437,660 20 February 1984