19 May 2001 | Ursula4X
A romantic and warm spirited romp
I've actually bought seven copies of this movie. It's my favorite gift to either Nick Lea fans or people to whom I'm hoping to introduce some of the actor's other roles. It's a showcase for Nick and a delight to see other than some of the excessive footage they seemed to have randomly thrown into the movie. It's a warm and loving story with characters you have to have a heart of stone not to like. David Lake, Nick's character, is so spontaneous, charming, and physically uninhibited that he just makes you feel good to watch. David Palmer, played, by Bobby Dawson, is also the quintessence of the dreamer. Margot Miller, who is played by Jennifer Clement,is also wonderful. She's a woman who is a loving supportive friend, but she also has enough self respect to set limits. The PG rated version probably represents the better cut as the R rated scenes are really just montages of female bodies that don't add to the film making.