It’s 1934. It costs $2.60 to send a telegram and $2 for a night in a hotel. Rebellious heiress Ellie Andrews (Claudette Colbert) has jumped overboard from her father’s yacht in Miami. Peter Warne (Clark Gable), the cynical newspaper man whom she meets on a bus to New York, has become her only hope of escaping her stifling life of luxury. But Peter can’t flag down a cab. Ellie steps into the road, hitches up her skirt and flashes a tantalizing sliver of leg. Brakes slam. Tires squeal. A ride is immediately secured.
Bonjour! The Best in Show crew digs into the Best International Feature race, with an entrée of an interview between, Juliette Binoche and Trần Anh Hùng about their César-nominated collaboration, . , and Brian also divulge the recipe for the International Feature category and how its submissions work—and briefly bring in director Wim Wenders as a treat.