Based on 21 Critics
  • Old-fashioned and obvious, yes, like a featherweight comedy from the 1950s. But that's the charm. show more

  • Falls prey to the all-too-contemporary problem of complicating the tale until the ending is not only obvious, but prayed for between yawns. [9 February 1999, Tempo, p.2]

  • The result is sometimes enchanting, but, more often than not, it's frustrating, because the disparate elements of the plot never quite gel. show more

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