One Special Night Robert, a general contractor, is visiting his ailing wife in a nursing home. When it’s time for him to leave, he has problems getting a taxi home, because of an intense snow storm. Catherine, one of the doctors, offers him a ride. However, because of the snow, their car gets stuck, requiring them to overnight in an empty cabin nearby. They talk and bond, but afterwards seem to have difficulty beginning a relationship. The third, and last, professional collaboration between long-time friends
One for the holidays
This is Julie Andrews & James Garner’s third movie together and in 35 years, since the filming of “The Americanization of Emily” & “Victor/Victoria”, neither of them have lost their glow or spunk and can still create the spark between that makes them so adorable.
The two stars of “One Special Night” are far from the average Hollywood tartlets that seem to dominate the genre. Instead they’re mature, well established people that give the movie that little bit more credibility and realism.
It’s nice to see that Hollywood is still willing to make romance movies with actors and actresses that are no longer considered “young” as personally I think people only get better with age.
This move is definitely one that proves that theory correct beyond a doubt!