There’s a new movie out, a French farce called "The Valet." Here’s what its publicist says about it:
When billionaire Pierre Levasseur is snapped by a papparazzo with Elena, his dazzling, supermodel mistress, he tries to avoid a catastrophic divorce by coming up with an outragreous lie. He asserts to his wife that a third person, a passerby, François Pignon, who is also on the photograph, was in fact with Elena. She’s Pignon’s girlfriend not his. Pignon is a parking valet. He’s a very ordinary fellow. Levasseur, to back up his lie, has to convince the overly beautiful Elena to go live with Pignon. Elena, shacked up with Pignon, is a bird of paradise in an apartment in the sticks. It’s also a load of comic situations for The Valet.
I haven’t seen it but my guess is that you will find it in "art" houses around major cities. Seems like fun. Rated PG 13. Its not often parking gets into the movies, except as a backdrop for a mugging, murder, or the passing of secret information (Deep Throat).