PG | | Drama, Comedy, Romance
A 1930s American socialite creates a scandal in the expatriate high society of the Amalfi Coast of Italy when she forms a secretive relationship with a wealthy American unbeknownst to his young wife.
The historic airliner used at the end of this movie is a De Havilland Dragon Rapide biplane, built in Britain in the 1930s. This one is registration D-ILIT, and is privately owned in Germany. It is fully airworthy (as can be seen in this movie) and appears at air displays.
You mustn't take it personally. Mrs. Erlynne is one of those women that attract men like a bee to a flame. Eh?
Meg Windermere: A moth.
Contessa Lucchino: Bee to a moth. Mmm.
When the band is playing at the party, the trumpet (actually a cornet) is shown without a mute, but the soundtrack is of a muted trumpet. The tone heard is not possible otherwise.
$97,060 5 February 2006