Francis Ford Coppola's wife, Eleanor, tries her hand at directing a feature film. This dull romance/travelogue has the bored wife (Diane Lane) of an overworked Hollywood producer (Alec Baldwin) getting driven to Paris by a mildly lecherous, life-loving Frenchman (Arnaud Viard). There's a little bit of flirting, a lot of scenery and way too many Instagram-worthy snapshot of expensive French food. It looks pretty, but you're unlikely to care if any of these smug rich people sleep with each another.FULL REVIEW:Rambling romantic trip to Paris should have taken the bullet train by Devin D. O’Leary (6/15/2017). 92 minutes PG.