and pierce brosnan is so, well... "he's always so soave" as my oldest put it last night. watched the flick on my bed with both teenage boys snuggled about. in the nest with my kidlets, like old times. tres fab...
If you enjoyed Amelie, I think you might enjoy this one, too. This, too, features a somewhat impish young lady who impacts the lives of those around her (including a world-famous classical pianist and a Hollywood director), albeit unintentionally.
Ok, now I would like to pick some brains here. I watched this movie on TV a long long time ago. Actually I watched only bits and pieces of it for some reason but I remember the cinematography was beautiful. The story line was like this. There is a married woman who thinks she is losing her memory. I remember one scene that she brings a nice umbrella home that she just bought, opens her closet and begins to cry…because there was an exactly same umbrella in the closet. She bought the umbrella because she forgot she already bought a same umbrella. It turns out that her husband and their neighbor who was having an affair with him set up all these to make her believe she is having mental problem and eventually to get rid of her.
I think the location was Paris, and it was almost always foggy. And I would like to say Faye Dunaway played the wife. Does anybody know the title of this movie? I would like to watch it from the beginning to the end, but I cannot because I do not know the title of the movie. Help!