Not one of Aussie director Julian Pringle's finest moments.
Richard Moir and Angela Punch-McGregor are a husband and wife team in Paris on account of businessman Moir's corporate wheelings and dealings. This terminally dull telemovie deals with the couples' indifferent marriage and their rather unenterprising attempts to kick-start their own individual affairs.
About as exciting as watching paint dry. The odd shot of Paris could be said to provide some touristy relief. A must to avoid!
91 minutes guaranteed to bore you stupid!
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