Dapper old rascal and park-bench regular Julius (Laurence Olivier) wants to make a place in our jumbled world for A Little Romance. Specifically, he aids and abets Diane Lane and Thelonious Bernard as 13-year-olds in Paris whose genius IQs are no match for the innocent spell of first love. They decide to seal their union with a sunset kiss under Venice's Bridge of Sighs. It's a perfectly impulsive puppy-love scheme - and a perfect trek for pied-piper Julius to lead. Gracefully scripted by Allan Burns (Mary Tyler Moore), overflowing with Continental charm under the direction of George Roy Hill (The Sting) and set to a sublime Oscar-winning score by Georges Delerue, A Little Romance will afford you a lot of pleasure.