Sarah Jessica Parker plays in the romantic comedy all roads lead to Rome the New Yorker Maggie who searches in Rome, with her Italian ex-boyfriend, her rebellious daughter. Sarah Jessica Parker drags an unwilling little girl along on her endeavor to recover lost affection.
Moviegoers of a specific age an age not a long way from that of the normal Sex and the City fan might recall the advertisements for General Foods International Coffees, powdered flavor blends that guaranteed a moment come back to that breathtaking outing to Vienna (or Paris, or the Swiss Alps) you took once, before your life swung to trash. “Praise the snippets of your life!,” the wistfulness dribbling TV spots cooed.
While those miniaturized scale accounts generally featured only the general population who gained the experiences being referred to, Sarah Jessica Parker constrains a little girl to go along with her excursion through a world of fond memories in Ella Lemhagen’s All Roads Lead to Rome, going for a two-week get-away nearby to the great looking Italian man who escaped.