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There are some films that simply *look* old, even if they were made the day before yesterday. I don't know if it's the quality of movie stock, or the method the director chose to shot it, or whatever, but they don't weather well. They look old & yet they have saying anachronisms. "Au Pair" looks like it was made in the late 70s, but there's a Mac LC on the desk in one scene, which puts it quite firmly in the early-to-mid 90s. The hometown boyfriend is in a grunge-y rock band as well, meaning of course grunge is around, so it's a postpunk time period. Anyway. Maybe it was supposed to look this method because it's trying to say a generally romantic story: a young girl coming of age.I watched this film because I really liked Georgina Cates (billed here as Clare Woodgate, her true name) in "An Awfully Large Adventure." Though another movies I've seen her in, like the dreadful "Stiff Upper Lips," don't really showcase her acting ability, she was fabulous in that twisted & disturbing picture, easy holding her own vs very nice actors like Hugh Grant & Alan Rickman. In this film, however, she's terrible pretty & surrounded by fully b-grade actors, especially the guy who plays her hometown boyfriend & the girl she becomes the au pair for, an American actress called Elizabeth Schofield, who delivers lines & emotes like she has just stepped out of high school drama class.The plot is straightforward: young Welsh girl, dissatisfied with her home life & done with school, leaves long-time boyfriend to go Somewhere Else - in this case, Munich. (It's a Munich, by the way, full of folks who have British accents & Germans who seem to speak only English.) The family she is employed by consists of an artist husband & a tv commentator wife, both of whom are cheating on the another & both of whom have curious peculiarities that seem too forced to create you interested in them. Cates, as Susan the au pair, has a war with the mother in which she says, of course, "You aren't even a mother to your child!" - career & extramarital journeys hold her plenty busy. One of these extramarital journeys is a smooth German named Walter who plays his part with a sincerity that is a tiny embarrassing in this movie. Sure, he's cool, but he has flair, & had Cates & he found a decent story, you might have believed it a tiny when he seduces Susan & the mad wife forces him to stop seeing her. The rest is cute by-the-numbers: misunderstandings, secrets revealed, soul-searching. You've seen it a billion times. You wouldn't mind seeing it again, if it were done well. I'm here to tell it isn't.I'm not, nor never have been (at least not in this life) an eighteen-year-old girl, but I trust there is something real for both sexes about the coming-of-age story, & I now like dorky American teen films that suck the marrow of that particular bone until there's nothing left. This movie is most definitely not a teen comedy, but it's trying to give itself a type of Merchant-Ivory cred that is all facade. It does test to be a bit eccentric, but such eccentricities are telegraphed method in advance or clumsily tossed in at the moments when a viewer, bored or about to change the channel, might think, "I should test an amusing eccentricity right about now."Of course, I don't think I've ever thought that, & I certainly hope you don't, but seeing this movie made me think that method more than once. & by golly that's a Terrible Thing.
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