Talk:How to Steal a Million

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Nicole! Papa![edit]

A sequence of famous ads for the Renault Cleo (I think) shown in Ireland & UK had a father daughter pairing almost certainly based on this movie. In particular, the phrase from the ad "Nicole! Papa!" is a direct quote. I've haven't search for external evidence so, as yet, it's not suitable for addition. However, I thought it was worth recording it here. --Malcohol 22:59, 6 June 2007 (UTC)

Synopsis + Plot[edit]

Is a Synopsis section and a plot section really necessary? Wouldn't a plot section just be sufficient. Seels (talk) 01:58, 16 August 2009 (UTC)

This is really nonsense, especially since the whole plot is only twice the size of the synopsis. Well, just another case of "structure without brains" ;-)

Technical notes[edit]

I would love to know more about this movie. In particular, the fake Van Gogh. Was it a real Van Gogh? If not, who did paint it? This is one of my favorite movies of all times, because it transcends it's genre. It's a perfect genre movie -- mystery and romantic comedy. And a movie that rises to existential questions, about the rich, about art and it's role in society, about artists, about how value art, and so on. Wonderful.