He is charming, like Marcello Mastroianni in “La Dolce Vita”, but strong as Brat Pitt in “Fight Club”. He resembles a boy, like DiCaprio in “Titanic”, or more like Alain Delon in “Rocco and His Brothers” only a bit taller, like Belmondo. Disarming like Clark Gable and sometimes melancholic like Tony Leung in “In the Mood for Love”. He is determined like Sean Connery and Daniel Craig in “James Bond”, but unpredictable and eccentric as Latinovitz in “Sinbad”. He is somewhat peculiar, like Chaplin in “Modern Times”, but enigmatic and terrible as Gary Oldman in “Dracula”. And, of course, funny like Woody Allen in “Annie Hall”.
And what about the perfect woman?
She is certainly unpredictable and instinctive like Lollobrigida, but graceful and with manners like Audrey Hepburn. She is like a girl, not unlike Audreu Tautou, but is also cold and distant like Greta Garbo. She is funny and affectionate like Julia Roberts, but her smile resembles Ava Gardner’s. She is divine like Sophia Loren, and it does not hurt is she resembles Monica Bellucci.
At the same time she is ethereal like Liv Tyler’s elf princess. She knows what she wants, like Sharon Stone, but sometimes she is lost and innocent like Zita Szelecky, and kisses like Kim Novak. This film gives answer to the question – what will happen when He meets Her.
Before the Cinema City festival, the film was also screened at the Los Angeles festival “Everything is Festival”, which was held from August 12 to 21.
The trailer for the film can be seen below.