A 1990 romatic comedy starring Gérard Depardieu and Andie McDowell as a couple of strangers who arrange a marriage of convenience. George Faure is a frenchman in America, and needs a green card, and Bronte Parrish needs to be married to obtain the dream flat she has just found. They then move in together to convince the INS that they have married for love. Rather predictably of course, they fall in love, and hijinks ensue.

Gérard is as good as always in this film, and it probably contributed to his growth in popularity outside Europe in the early 90s. Andie is quite tolerable, which is good for her, as she is an abysmal actress IMHO. A couple of other notable cast names are Bebe Neuwirth, famous for playing the wife/ex-wife of Dr Frasier Crane in Cheers and Frasier, and Ethan Phillips, Neelix from Star Trek: Voyager.

Tagline: The story of two people who got married, met, and then fell in love.
5.9/10 on IMDb
Written and Directed by Peter Weir.

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