A movie filmed during a Russian women tour is now on DVD. The movie was filmed on A Foreign Affair tour to Saint Petersburg Russia, Movie stars David Arquette, Tim Nelson Black and Emily Mortimer.
Many of the women and men in the movie were actual tour clients of A Foreign Affair tour .
“Two Brothers and a Bride” is “ A Foreign Affair “ the movie re-titled for DVD Release.
On July 15, 2004, the Ebert & Roeper reviewed (two thumbs up!) movie “A Foreign Affair” was released for DVD and video distribution via most major rental outlets. The distributors ascertained via past sales data that the word 'foreign' in a title would lessen popular appeal in retail outlets. “Two Brother and a Bride “ is now the release title to look for in your local rental store, online book store or the LoveMe.com website. Click on the following link to read the Ebert & Roeper review:
i watched this movie 3 times and because of it i was really turned off to the whole "socials" idea. I think this movie will attract alot of sex tourists to the socials scence and this method of finding a life mate will cease to be viable because the pool of good guys will be too dilluted by pervs who want only to sleep with hot babes. The pool of girls too will be diluted with hookers who will take advantage of the endless supply of rich americans. The really serious gals will also be turned off by this and will seek different avenues of finding foreign hubbys. I may be full of it but its my opinion only. Until i am convinced of otherwise.... no socials for me !!
I agree with you and I do not agree with you.
Firstly this movie is very touching as well as truthful. It does not show any sex tourists. David Arquette ends up in bed with one girl only. He is young and naive and it is probably the doing of both of then with the girl taking the lead. The socials are as a klegitmate a way of finding a nice girl from FSU asn any other. It is not right for everyone but others swear by it. AFA have an astonishingly high number of marriages through their agency. I have no idea if they all stick but I also don't know how many stick that are just letter campaign marriages.
It is too easy to condemn either the women or the men at these socials and I stand very nuetral about it. I just criticise the cost and the coldness of it.
Personally I prefer to greet a woman at the taxi door with a red rose a smile and the promise that she will have my full and undivided attention during dinner. I am old fashioned like that.