– Emily In Paris
Netflix’s original series by Darren Star called Emily in Paris is an American-French romantic comedy series. The series, which is set and filmed in Paris, stars Lily Collins as aspiring marketing professional Emily Cooper, an American who relocates to France in order to give Savoir, a French marketing business, an American perspective.
– La Dolce Vita
In the acclaimed Italian film by Federico Fellini, reporter Marcello Rubini (Marcello Mastroianni) meanders about Rome.
– Monte Carlo
Grace is misidentified as a British heiress while on vacation in Paris with her closest friend and stepsister. The three girls somehow find themselves in Monte Carlo, where they experience passion and aristocracy.
– The Lizzie Mcguire Movie
While on a school trip in Rome, Elizabeth, a teenage girl, is mistaken for Isabella, a pop singer. But when the time comes, she will have to decide between living her new, luxurious life and going back home.
– Parent Trap
After their parents’ divorce, identical twins Hallie and Annie split apart. In an effort to reconnect with their parents, they decide to trade places after finding each other at a summer camp some years later.
– Notting Hill
Known American actress Anna meets William, a British bookseller, and they fall in love. However, because of their differing social statuses, their relationship encounters numerous issues.
– Mamma Mia
Sophie secretly invites three men who were her mother’s past lovers in the past to her wedding as she and her family are busy planning it in the hopes that one of them is her father.
– Letters to Juliet
While on vacation in Italy, Sophie Hall, a young aspiring writer, discovers an unreturned love letter from a woman by the name of Claire Smith and vows to help her find her sweetheart.
– Roman Holiday
A princess escapes from her guards because she is bored in her opulent prison and finds love with an American news reporter in Rome.
– Under the Tuscan Sun
After her divorce, 35-year-old San Francisco novelist Frances Mayes suffers from despair and fatal writer’s block. Later, she makes the decision to transform her life by purchasing a home in Tuscany.
– Marie Antoinette
Marie Antoinette, an Austrian archduchess, marries a French king in 1770. She is comfortable at the royal court and unprepared for a bloody anti-royal uprising while being under pressure to give birth to an heir to the French monarchy.
– Sound of Music
Seven orphans without a mother are under the care of Maria, an aspirant nun. The kids quickly warm up to her thanks to her cheerful and compassionate demeanor.
– European Vacation
The Griswold family decided to try their luck at having fun again despite the numerous misadventures they had had during a previous vacation.
– Midnight in Paris
Even as he works to finish his first book, Gil travels to Paris with his fiancee and her family for a vacation. He is drawn to the city since it transports him back in time and keeps him away from his fiancée.
– The Sisterhood of the traveling pants
Based on Ann Brashares’ 2001 novel of the same name, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants is a 2005 American comedy-drama film directed by Ken Kwapis from a screenplay by Delia Ephron and Elizabeth Chandler. America Ferrera, Amber Tamblyn, Blake Lively, and Alexis Bledel are the movie’s stars.
– Romeo and Juliet
Two young people from opposing households who accidentally cross paths and fall in love. Their relationship begins a series of events that dramatically alter the course of the two families lives.
– What a Girl Wants
Daphne, an American girl, must decide whether she wants to confront her father at the risk of costing him the election after learning that he is a well-known politician in the UK.
– A Good Year
Max Skinner, an investment banker in London, finds out that his uncle Henry bequeathed him a castle and vineyard in Provence when he passed away. To dispose of the property, he goes to France.
Jaqueline is a Fall 2022 Florence student from Lasell University.