In this beautifully-constructed comedy of errors, a married insurance executive can't seem to avoid bumping into a divorced fashion designer wherever he goes. Finally bowing to the inevitable, the two fall in love. He suggests a romantic rendezvous in Spain, but nothing, absolutely nothing, goes as planned.
A lesser but still entertaining Neil Simon work, +The Prisoner of Second Avenue was adapted to film in 1974. Jack Lemmon takes over the role played on Broadway by Peter Falk: Mel is a New York-based advertising man who goes through hell when he loses his job.