PG-13 | | Comedy, Drama, Romance
French vs. American social customs and behaviors are observed in a story about an American visiting her Frenchman-wed sister in Paris.
The St. Ursula painting has a dominant female figure whose eyes are clearly looking to her left and her mouth is slightly tightened. At the end of this movie, sisters Roxeanne and Isabel get into a truck for their charity using the St. Ursula name and face as a large image on the back door of the truck. However, the St. Ursula image on the truck is looking straight ahead and with a slight smile. So it's not taken from the painting that has caused such turmoil in this movie.
Today, they are victims, tomorrow, who knows? Because the world is ruled by hawks and arms dealers and minority phobias.
When Isabel and Roxy are walking towards the la Flore to meet Roxy's husband, Isabel's scarf is hanging from her pocket. When they walk into la Flore she is wearing it around her neck.
$516,834 10 August 2003
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