No idea why I started to watch it. Saw The Saint in my suggestion list but it was not free and this just happened to be one of the next ones. The short description was somewhat interesting:
When his drunken ex-girlfriend won’t leave him alone, a man asks a married woman staying at the same hotel to pretend to be his . . .
Very cheesy, but I don’t think they were trying to avoid that. If you can look past the cheesy, it is pretty well made. Definitely enjoyed watching – around midnight.
I was awake (kinda long story) and trying to fall asleep. Stumbled on “burn notice” and when I was still not sleepy had to look for something else that was not really on my watch list.
The best part was that it was not your usual RomCom. The next interesting thing was the reference to
After both sign an agreement with a company that offers to end their lives when they least expect it, a dejected millionaire and a disheartened young woman fall in love and have to find a way to get out of their binding contracts.
With a tag line like above, how was I supposed to start watching it. As I did, I realized that it was a foreign film and not the usual French or Italian or German or East European but Dutch. I don’t recall another Dutch movie that I have watched before.
Saw a tweet the other day from “Focus Features” about #NationalBookLoversDay with the question – “What is your favorite book to film adaption?” My immediate response was, LOTR, Hobbit, Godfather and The Princess Bride.
But of course I immediately realized that can’t be all. So the search begins.