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  • Screwball farce, romance, domestic tragicomedy and literary frolic rolled into one. show more

  • We like these people, which is important, and we are amused by them, which is helpful, but most of all we envy them, because they negotiate their romantic perplexities with such dash and style. show more

  • Sadly too often (and I'm unsure whether this is the result of voices that echo when bounced off stone walls or because the acting is all over the place), the characters create the impression that English is their second language. show more

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