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'What are you waiting for? A quiet sleep and a sweet dream when the long trick's over!'
This is the story of two women, Jessica Tandy (in her final screen appearance as the titular character Camilla) and Bridget Fonda (as Freda, an aspiring musician) who take off to Toronto Canada to hear a Brahms violin concerto while Tandy's son and Fonda's husband are out of town on business. Meanwhile, Camilla's son (Maury Chaykin) becomes convinced his mom has been kidnapped when she orchestrates a reunion with a long-lost lover.
Graham Greene makes for a charming car thief and con artist and we have Tandy's real-life husband Hume Cronyn playing an old flame (love that wonderfully tender bed room scene with the two.)
A sweet and adorable movie that flows naturally from drama, to adventure, to romance sprinkled with humor and some comedy.
An underrated film - Jessica Tandy's last. And Jessica does a wonderful job. Two women from different generations, but with a love of music go on an adventurous road trip from the south States to Toronto to see a concert. The story seems a bit contrived, but it is worth a watch.
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