Travels Abroad

Movies that include travel – for any reason – seem to establish an exotic and rhythmic pace to the telling of a story that parallels the speed of travel, and is effective in almost all genres – dramas, musicals, historical war films, and mysteries – all of them. features classic movies where the changes of the scenery actually enhance the intrigue of the plot and further advance the story’s resolution with 1952’s Affair in Monte Carlo, 1989’s Casablanca Express, 1951’s Royal Wedding and 1953’s Indiscretion of An American Wife.

Buckle up and get whisked away in these storylines – but don’t forget to pack your passport!