Comical scenes in the film . . .
I noticed a review at this site that questioned why this movie was placed in the comedy category.
But, from my viewing of the film, the comical elements was one main reason I want to watch this movie again, and again.
Who can't but laugh at Redgrave's character when she is playing tennis with Fox's characer. She feels as if she must apologize for "getting the upper hand" in the game with him. It's hilarious that she kept saying "Sorry". And her British accent added to the comedy. My friends and I laugh and say "sorry" in the same manner as Redgrave did.
And there are other funny parts in the movie.
Can anyone else name something that they thought was funny in this movie?