French Kiss Movie is a romantic comedy from 1995 that stars Meg Ryan and Kevin Kline. Lawrence Kasdan directed it. The movie was written by Adam Brooks and is about a woman who flies to France to confront her cheating fiancé.
She gets into trouble when the charming criminal beside her uses her to smuggle a stolen diamond necklace. The movie French Kiss was shot in Paris, the Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur region in the southeast of France, and Cannes.
The plot of French Kiss Movie
Kate (Meg Ryan), whose fiancé Charlie (Timothy Hutton) is in love with another woman, resolves to do anything in her power to win him back after he breaks the news to her over the phone while in Paris.
She even manages to overcome her fear of flying to follow him to the lovely city of lights and find him there. The frantic Kate then encounters Luc (Kevin Kline), a reasonably seedy figure who also happens to be a thief, and Luc covertly places a stolen item in her suitcase.
This happens while the plane is in the air. Luc intends to retrieve the loot once they have landed; however, a con artist gets there first and steals the bag, foiling Luc’s well-set plans.
In no time at all, Steve and Kate will be feverishly searching the lovely countryside of France in the vain hope of recovering her priceless carry-on.
Kate does not let go of her fixation with her ex-boyfriend Charlie, while Charlie’s new girlfriend develops feelings for Luc. Unexpectedly, Luc develops feelings for the heartbroken Kate. The romantic situation does not go easily.
Cast of French Kiss Movie
- Meg Ryan as Kate
- Kevin Kline as Luc Teyssier
- Timothy Hutton plays Charlie Lytton.
- Jean Reno, as the Officer Jean-Paul Cardon
- Francois Cluzet as Bob
- Susan Anbeh played Juliette’s mother, Marie-Christine Adam.
- Jean-Paul Jaupart as the father of Juliette
- Lilly, played by Renee Humphrey
- M. Campbell, played by Michael Riley
- Laurent Spielvogel as Concierge
- As Octave, Victor Garrivier
- Claire is played by Élisabeth Commelin.
- Julie played Olivia
Release Date of French Kiss
The film French Kiss was released in the United States on May 5, 1995, and it was met with various reactions from critics.
In his review for the San Francisco Chronicle, Mick LaSalle wrote that the film’s director, Lawrence Kasdan, “takes what could have been a fluffy comedy with lots of plot complications and picturesque scenery and instead puts his focus on the important things: on the characters played by Ryan and Kline and how they happen to be feeling.”
LaSalle said that Kasdan “takes what could have been a fluffy comedy with lots of plot complications and picturesque scenery and instead puts his focus on the important things: on the characters played In addition to this, LaSalle praised Kasdan’s sense of understated comedy.
Frequently Asked Questions
Is the Show French Kiss on TV?
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Why is it Called a “French Kiss”?
No one really knows why we use this term, but Kirshenbaum thinks it came from Americans who went to France and kissed French women, who were more open to a little tongue action. So, the phrase “French kiss” came to be.
What is the Longest Kiss in Movie History?
The most extended kiss on screen in a commercial movie is between Stephanie Sherrin (USA) and Gregory Smith (Canada) in Kids in America. It lasts 6 minutes and 44 seconds (USA, 2005). The kiss happens during the end credits of the movie, which talk about famous on-screen kisses and show recreations of them.