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Lloyd works in New York, Susie in London, both for the same ad agency. An arrangement is made where they will swap jobs and live in each other's homes for a month; this involves frequent phone conversations for various reasons. Lloyd's career and his marriage plans are threatened when he's accused of betraying his company, but he and Susie work together to restore his reputation, and along the way, fall in love.Written by
I saw the premier yesterday, and this film surprised me in a very good way. I loved it! In my opinion it is better than a lot of popular romantic comedies, such as the Wedding Planner, or Bridget Jones's Diary and many others. It highlighted the funny but very true differences between Europeans and Americans, which I think was hilarious - except for when the English girl is struggling with the American kitchen appliances, desperately asking the New Yorker advertiser for advice or a manual. That part is just dumb, as Europe is just as if not more advanced in technology than N America, but other than that - thumbs up. This film is not only funny, but realistic, too. I love the way it depicts the advertising industry with all its tricks and imperfections. I hope "Perfect Strangers" is going to be available on DVD - if it will, I'm gonna buy it!
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