|Original Title:||The Object of Beauty|
|Genre:||Comedy, Crime, Drama|
|Runtime:||103 Minutes (1 Hours : 43 Minutes)|
|Release Date:||12 Apr 1991 (USA)|
John Malkovich, Andie MacDowell, Lolita Davidovich »
This story is about a ne'er do well and his girlfriend search for a thief.
Two Americans living sumptuously abroad find their relationship challenged by an unexpected lack of finances. When Jake, a commodities broker, is unable to pay the bills (due to a dock strike that holds up a cocoa shipment), he suggests that Tina (sensuous, beautiful and still married to another man) file an insurance claim on her 'little Henry Moore' in order to help pay their bills. Tina balks. The statue is her only source of security, all that she owns in the whole world. Does he realize what he's asking of her? Then, the statue simply disappears. Circumstances become more dire and questions emerge. Can Tina trust Jake? Can Jake trust Tina? When things spin out of their control, each is forced to reckon with doubt-doubt of themselves, doubt of each other and doubt of the strength of their bond. As it is with love, "to some people, cocoa is very scary." The story that unfolds is sensuous, understated, witty and elegant-a true 'Object of Beauty.' Written by JCrickett
Stylish, selfish and broke. They lost everything and found each other.
Les imposteurs (France)
Verliebt, verwöhnt und abgebrannt (Germany)
Object of Beauty - Verliebt, verwöhnt und abgebrannt (Germany)
Objeto de seducción (Spain)
Fedezetlen szerelem (Hungary)
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