PG-13 | | Comedy, Crime, Mystery
An American journalism student in London scoops a big story, and begins an affair with an aristocrat as the incident unfurls.
Second movie where Woody Allen's character used the term "sincere sensation", the first being Manhattan (1979). In this movie, it's genuine, referring to a British audience. In Manhattan (1979), he was being annoyed and ironic towards a pushy Diane Keaton.
Don't mourn for Joe Strombel. Joe Strombel had a full life. A newspaper man in the best tradition. A great credit to the Fourth Estate. It didn't matter if the bombs of the war zone were falling, it didn't matter how high up the political scandal ...
The instrument in the Music Room under which the Tarot cards are hidden is constantly referred to as a "French horn" when in fact it is actually a Conn 16E Mellophonium. Additionally, in the first scene in which the Mellophonium is shown it appears without a mouthpiece. In all subsequent scenes a mouthpiece is in place.
$3,046,924 30 July 2006