Have seen this romantic comedy several times. It has an excellent screenplay and cast. The boat scene with our two romantic leads is so beautiful played out and photographed, that it has become a truly touching scene for romantic couples who go their separate ways; eventhough, they still love each other. Once the profanity is removed (edited out), the movie takes off (in my mind) and becomes exquisitely played. The prologue is superb. The crescendo is excellent. All unities of time, plot, character, and theme are perfectly arranged in the screenplay. The acting is professional and precise. Recommend it as a refined 'wild rose' date movie.