A director is forced to work with his ex-wife, who left him for the boss of the studio bankrolling his new film.But the night before the first day of shooting, he develops a case of psychosomatic blindness.
To be bigger than men is to worry that you'll turn them off.
Unhappy in her marriage, Sally develops a crush on her handsome art gallery owner boss, Greg (Banderas), while Roy, a novelist nervously awaiting the response to his latest manuscript, becomes moonstruck over Dia (Pinto), a mystery woman who catches his gaze through a nearby window. Her legs, and the legs of a male crew member, can also be seen reflected in the glass front of the fireplace.
When Alfie and Helena are arguing about his new fitness regime, they enter house and Alfie sits down. See more » I realize that his many fans feel Allen can do no wrong but this film stands as a mute rebuttal to that point of view.
I consider short guys my natural allies and am constantly making the case to my female friends that they should stop fetishizing tall men. To go on even just one date with someone who falls outside of our eight-percent range, and to ask ourselves whether there's actually less chemistry there.
(When one friend narrowed her Ok Cupid search to men taller than six feet and then complained about a boring date with some guy built like an NBA player, I laughed in her face.) Here's how I figure it: If a man is comfortable with the fact that I'm taller, he's also likely to be comfortable with the fact that I'm competitive and outgoing and career-oriented. To think of a world with all these new, gorgeous options.