Love in Paris
Love in Paris (released as Another frac Weeks in the United States) is an erotic romantic drama film released in 1997, a sequel to 1986's frac Weeks.
Ten years after Elizabeth (the character portrayed by Kim Basinger in the first film) left him, John has descended into a world of depression and loneliness, and is suicidal. When he receives an invitation to attend an art exhibit in Paris that will feature some of Elizabeth's paintings, he immediately boards a plane for France, hoping to get to talk to her.
|editor||Anne Goursaud Terilyn A. Shropshire|
|keywords||beautiful woman depression discover fashion designer first film force kim basinger married paint suicidal|
|musicBy||Stephen W. Parsons|
|producer||Staffan Ahrenberg Yannick Bernard|
|recordedAt||Austria New York City Paris|
|theme||direct-to-video romantic drama sequel|