New York Times - 10/26/1990
"...A film that plays stylishly and at times ingeniously with the marriage of fiction and reality..."
Description by OLDIES.com:
When radio reporter Martin (Reeves) falls for his sexy aunt Julia (Hershey), the station?s zany soap opera writer Pedro (Falk) decides to play Cupid and broadcast the details. Courtship soon turns to chaos with Martin?s love life in shambles, Julia in disgrace and irate listeners rioting in the streets.
A veteran soap opera writer assigned to save a failing radio show finds inspiration when he arrives and meets a young writer who has fallen madly in love with his older, twice-divorced aunt. Drawing on his manipulation of the couple he forms the plot of a scandalous drama and everybody is hooked--except the unlucky couple-to-be, or Albanians.
Peter Falk stars as Pedro Carmichael, a radio soap opera writer who manipulates a taboo aunt/nephew sexual relationship on the air and in reality.