Déborah François plays Rose Pamphyle and looks like an amazing mixture of Audrey Hepburn and Sandra Dee while doing so. I love that the movie has old-fashion qualities to it, but the overall plot is more modern – an empowered young woman doesn't need a man to succeed (although of course she gets the guy in the end).
Rose is a sassy daydreamer who wants get out of her small hometown. Too bad she's such a klutz... Most attractive girls are, right?
Her curmudgeonly-yet-handsome boss Louis Echard sees potential in a weird place: Her typing skills! He decides to make her his protege and enter her in speed-typing competitions.
She moves into his house, although they arrive or leave separately so as to keep the neighbors from talking.
Living with a woman sure is bonkers! Bras everywhere!
I'm pretty sure I practiced this pose when I was younger. It's a classic.
Rose pretends to be Louis' fiance at his family's Christmas party. It's a hit!
The national speed-typing competition in Paris means that Rose gets to go shopping and stir things up with her boss/trainer.
All that tension mounting between them had boil over at some point!
As usual, the guy messes things up.
No need to worry; Rose has become a typing sensation!
But she still thinks about her lost-love Louis.
The international championships! France vs. USA!
Well look who came to cheer her on. Like she needed it!