Gene Saks's listless comedy, A FINE ROMANCE, is distinguishable for many reasons. It fails to evoke any laughs, wastes the talents of two fine performers and may be the first motion picture in history to make Paris look unattractive.
Cesareo Gramaldi (Marcello Mastroianni) arrives home to find out that his young wife has left him for another man. Across town, Pamela Piquet (Julie Andrews) discovers that her husband has also flown the coop and is bedding Cesareo's wife. The disgruntled duo meet in a restaurant to try and figure
out a solution to their mutual predicament; they both confess to wanting their spouses back. Cesareo, while missing his wife dearly, is n...