I was so pleased to find that this film had been released on DVD at last. I have always been a fan of Shirley McLaine and in this film she excels herself. She plays the part of Lucy Day, a very successful comedy actress married to Yves Montand, an equally successful film director. However, as the story opens, he is suffering a crisis of confidence, and is wondering if his success is dependent on hers. He decides to fulfill a life time ambition by going to Japan to film a production of Puccini's 'Madame Butterfly' using an all Japanese cast - I won't spoil the story - but he finds that things are not always what they seem to be! It is a film with a 'feel good' factor, and one that I will watch over and over again.