Pretty, frivolous and utterly inconsequential, the nicest thing about this romantic comedy is that it revolves around a group of characters in their 30s, 40s and older who are fools for love, without making them look like old fools. Mary Ann (Amy
Irving), a widowed American English teacher living in Rio de Janeiro, has given up on love, but love has most certainly not given up on her. She's not interested in the lewd attentions of private student Acacio (Alexandre Borges), a world-class soccer player who's just been sold to a Manchester
team and has to brush up on his trash talk. But she's intrigued by Pedro Paulo (Antonio Fagundes), a middle-aged, not-quite-divorc...