A purebred strictly office guy goes to a band nightclub and starts to come esconsed of a feeling of certain affection, finding himself wanting to commit to a woman based on her professional singing alone. An unusual combination more usual than known, the fascinating tryst of the upbeat tempo of the sweet romantic comedy talks about two newlywed style courtiers who prefer to fall in love because of their polar differentials. And with no despite about being in the same rift, as well as on the same page, he wants to wine & dine a love life with her as much as she wants a weekend courtier on the beloved ocean of sunshine and that kind of sunshine love interest. A hilarious diversity of his clothing contrast, she seems not to notice the blunt fact that he wears white on white & light blue on top of some even whiter more pristine kid polished shoes. An innovative event, he likes to study some trend technique for best wind surf drill. Her world and his world collide after some lower class rogue surf boys toy around by a stoplight trying a hand at taunting the limo esconsed executive wind surfer. Not realizing that his class enjoins at times her own, the scag scallawags friends of hers hardly score any points with the man. A series of events leads him to his prize tomboy, tough girl rocker, which would probably better be encaptualized by simply saying she is a smart girl who capitalized quickly on some rather innovative business opportunity some kind feminist once spent her entire life laying the groundwork for. Tom Burlinson plays opposite the role of Jade & with her first desired role as an adult, as Kidman plays an astonishing mature for her age young woman. What is stranger than watching a 1986 Australian film, and Nicole Kidman star as a Joan Jett and sometimes combination Pat Benatar style rocker and a more preferred adult role for the former always before child actress? But she wanted some grown up girl roles even at the raw age of fifteen. The scenes of serious triologic thought unfold and a theme to consummate the relationship plays pretty confluent along with the male boyfriend and his fashion decor ritual of white shirt and blue pants whose entertaining design translate into even his home comfy jogging pants and top. He has a beautiful ocean front home and a lot of peace and pleasant surf atmosphere ensue to talk about. The days of wine and roses wind on & brought on more by the male of the couple and some thick 80’s style romance scenes. The scenes blend with a greater schemato of the kind of romance which combined to raise compatibility to a certain place of importance as well. Some onshore drama at times concerns the boyfriend, wealthy P.C. Simpson Burlingson an heir of and as a great perusal of 80’s hairstyles comes of age again. His girl Jade blowing her fun wave perm out upon a breeze of his place as he sits and watches under her great admiration waves over a clear blue place a romance worth knowing. M Rated.