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George David Weiss, an American lyricist and composer who made his cinematic acting and writing debut with this trash, plays an American songwriter living in Sorrento, Italy. He meets Michele (Susan Monts), a beautiful art student, and they fall in love. The drippy romance is backed by picture postcard scenery right out of films from 20 years earlier. Weiss'...read more

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George David Weiss, an American lyricist and composer who made his cinematic acting and writing debut with this trash, plays an American songwriter living in Sorrento, Italy. He meets Michele (Susan Monts), a beautiful art student, and they fall in love. The drippy romance is backed by

picture postcard scenery right out of films from 20 years earlier. Weiss' diatribes against rock groups like the Rolling Stones are woefully outdated for a film released in 1982, and his acting is about as amateurish as the film is bland. Finally, the two break off their romance in a bittersweet

conclusion in which Michele makes references to an unspecified "career" that must take precedence over marriage.

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