I'm not going into plot details because I want to emphasize that this is an excellent movie for adults, kids, or with a significant other on a "stay at home" night. This is not a hard-core intellectual film, but a very charming and entertaining story perfectly suited for a relaxed night of viewing with a big bowl of popcorn. As an added bonus, the soundtrack matches the time period very well and adds to the background texture of the viewing experience. If taken for what it is, and not held up for comparison with deeply intellectual films, this is an extremely enjoyable film. For these reasons I've put this among my top 10 favorite films in my fairly large collection of DVDs.