PG-13 | | Comedy, Romance
A middle-aged, misanthropic divorcée from New York City surprisingly enters a fulfilling, Pygmalion-type relationship with a much younger, unsophisticated Southern girl.
When Melody and Marietta are at the wax museum, they see a wax figure of Donald Trump near the figures of Ronald Reagan and George W. Bush. Donald Trump would later become a Republican president, announcing his candidacy years after this film was released. Marietta suggests that Melody should end up with a man like him, and is characterized as a dumb, southern redneck. These are traits also commonly associated with Trump supporters.
That's not what I'm saying, imbecile. You guys completely misrepresent my ideas, why would I even want to talk with those idiots.
Boris' Friend: Just calm down.
Boris' Friend: That's not true, Boris.
Boris Yellnikoff: No, don't tell me to calm down, I am calm. Just stop.
Boris' Friend: Don't jump on us just ...
Boris Yellnikoff: ...
After Melody firsts enters Boris' apartment and is offered a can of sardines, she removes the high school jacket she is wearing. Then, after the next jump-cut, she is again shown in the process of removing the jacket.
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