R | | Drama, Romance
An aspiring photographer develops an intimate relationship with an older woman in 1950s New York.
Abby's car, the 1950 Packard Custom Eight convertible, was President Eisenhower's personal car, used at Camp David. It had a extremely large chrome luggage rack on the back deck lid to accommodate Mimi Eisenhower's immense amount of luggage. But a bit garish, It was removed for the movie. The car can be seen at America's Packard Museum in Dayton Ohio ( who loaned the car)
Were those pictures of me you were taking at the tree lot?
Therese Belivet: I'm sorry. I should have asked.
Carol Aird: Don't apologize.
Therese Belivet: I've just been trying to... well, I have a friend who told me I should be more interested in humans.
Carol Aird: And how's that going?
Therese Belivet: It's going well, ...
Carol gives Therese a Canon III 35mm range finder camera as a gift. Canon cameras were sold in the United States in 1952. Fact: in 1950, the C.R. Skinner Mfg. Company became the first factory-authorized U.S. importer of Canon cameras and the April 1950 issue of "Popular Photography" magazine featured an advertisement by Skinner on page 113 for the Canon II-B range finder camera -- this was five years before Canon opened its first company *office* in New York City in 1955.
(INCORRECT goof statement: The Canon camera gift was not readily available in the USA in 1952. Canon USA's website "Sixty Years of Canon in the Americas" states their first office opened in New York in 1955.)
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