Paris Can Wait
Anne (Lane) has reached a turning point. Her daughter has left home to attend university, and her nest now feels doubly empty because her workaholic husband (Baldwin), a successful film producer, is chronically absent. When he is called away on location, Anne is offered transport from Cannes to Paris with her husband's friend and business associate (Viard), a bon vivant who unabashedly sets romantic sights on his passenger. The trip could be done in a matter of hours, but it stretches into a leisurely two-day journey brimming with diversions such as beautiful churches, fine food, delectable wine — and expert wooing. But will Anne surrender to his charms?
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