PG | | Comedy, Romance
A New York City cosmetologist, mistakenly thought to be a science teacher, is offered a job to teach the children of an Eastern European dictator.
President Pochenko (Timothy Dalton) and Joy Miller (Fran Drescher) enter the factory, it starts playing L'internationale, the Communist Party hymn, and hymn of the U.R.S.S., until 1944.
It's like Paris 50 years ago.
Judy Miller: There were Nazis in Paris 50 years ago.
When Joy is shaving Boris Pochenko's mustache off, her hands change position in between shots.
The J Waltz
by Jerry Graff
$4,080,222 (USA) (9 February 1997)
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