Joanna and Mark Wallace, in their early thirties, travel from their London home to St. Tropez for three days to unveil the lavish home of Mark, a successful architect designed for his wealthy clients Maurice and Francoise Dalbret. Joanna and Mark are in a difficult phase of their relationship. Much of their conversation revolved around the possibility of a divorce to end the farce they now believe is their marriage. The macro-ups and downs of their marriage are illustrated in earlier road trips they made together in France, with each voyage having its own micro-ups and downs. It was the first time twelve years ago, when they met, when he was backpacking the country, traveling to a music festival with her all-girl vocal group, and meeting them only under certain circumstances, rather than Joanna's colleague Jackie hold true. The second was a spontaneous journey that was to take place across the continent with Mark's ex-girlfriend, former Cathy Seligman, her malicious husband Howard Maxwell Manchester, and her precocious little daughter Ruthie, whose recruitment problem was a manifestation of Cathy and Howard's permission , The third was in her very first car, a problem MG was struggling with. This journey marked some important milestones in her life. And the fourth was a mixed family / business trip to St. Tropez with her little daughter Caroline. These road trips show how certain people affect their marriage, especially Caroline, Maurice and Francoise's brother David.
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