28/12/1996 - Italy - 意大利 - 110 - Comedy - Italian - 意大利 - BIG5
Miramax Home Entertainment - http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0117695
導演：Carlo Verdone - 卡洛維多尼
劇作家: Francesca Marciano, Pasquale Plastino – 製片: Vittorio e Rita Cecchi Gori – 攝影師: Danilo Desideri – 作曲家: Lele Marchitelli – 剪接師: Antonio Siciliano – 美術指導: Tatiana Romanoff
卡洛維多尼 Carlo Verdone as Romeo Spera
克勞蒂雅潔莉妮 Claudia Gerini as Iris Blond
Andréa Ferréol as Marguerite
Nello Mascia as Vincenzo Cecere
Mino Reitano as himself
Didier De Neck as Julien
Nuccia Fumo as Fortune Teller
◎ 很快的，羅密歐遇到了歌手瑪格麗特〔Marguerite，雛菊〕 可是... 他下一眼就到瞄到服務生的「花名」愛麗絲〔Iris，鳶尾花〕， 天啊！他應該問清楚是哪一類的花？什麼顏色？筆劃幾畫？ 羅密歐是一個既有天份、又充滿幽默感的音樂家，但外表不夠吸引力是他常久以來的困扰，在音樂界和他交往的女伴，只要遇到長得比他好看的，就毫不遲疑立刻掉頭離他而去。 某日，一位塔羅牌的算命師說他將會遇到他命中注定的伴侶，而且對方的名字和花有關。 很快的，羅密歐遇到了歌手瑪格麗特〔Marguerite，雛菊〕，他想「就是她了吧」！於是第一次碰面他們就進展到狂野的親密關係，但巧合的，瑪格麗特並不是唯一用「花名」的，他下一眼就到瞄到服務生愛麗絲〔Iris，鳶尾花〕，而且兩人二次相遇的那一天，剛好從附近的教堂傳出聲樂，這美好的預兆讓羅密歐再度?入情網，而且比上次更確信Iris是他今生注定的新娘......！ 資料提供《年代影視公司》
Romeo (Carlo Verdone) has a problem. He's a talented, funny musician, but the women he dates in his music circles wind up breaking up with him for better looking (if mentally slower) guys. He gets dumped by a current flame in a riotously funny opening scene, and out of desperation runs to a brash, blind, tarot-card reader who informs him that he will soon meet the woman of his dreams, and her name will be that of a flower. He soon meets Marguerite, a singer with a knack for lounge interpretations of Jacques Brel, during his next gig as pianist on a cruise ship. Thinking she's the one, they embark on a wild relationship that spirals downward from the day they meet, and ends soon after he meets a beautiful waitress named Iris.
After stumbling upon her again, this time rehearsing with a church choir, Romeo, desperate to enter into a relationship with her, suggests that they perform together, start an act, and tour the world. She agrees to the idea, but her desire for a music career outweighs all else. He misinterprets her interest in the idea as interest in him. All hell breaks loose and our boy Romeo is, again, in fear of losing his predestined true love.
"Iris Blonde" is the kind of wonderful, rousing, non-stop romantic comedy that has an American pedigree, but remains a rarity on these shores since Billy Wilder quit the business. The plot, the actors and the relationships feel genuine, and the humor is so universal and gut-busting that the tears in your eyes blur the subtitles. The only glaring problem with the piece is a messy third act that could use the drastic cutting of two musical performances, and the elimination of a scene where Romeo goes on the road in search of his love.-Jon A. Walz