The Parent Trip takes three personalities and their parents on an adventure of a lifetime, opening their eyes to some of the world's most extreme locations and fascinating cultures and giving them the opportunity to rediscover each other along the way. For their parent trip, model Abbey Clancy and her mum Karen make a tough, and, at times, emotional journey on camel back across the Great Thar Desert in India to perform a dance with a gypsy family at a camel fair.
Runtime: 60 minutes
The Parent Trip - The Parent Trap (1998 film) - Netflix
The Parent Trap is a 1998 American romantic comedy-drama film co-written and directed by Nancy Meyers, and produced and co-written by Charles Shyer. It is a remake of the 1961 film of the same name and an adaptation of Erich Kästner's German novel Lottie and Lisa (Das doppelte Lottchen). Dennis Quaid and Natasha Richardson star as a divorced couple who separated shortly after their identical twin daughters' birth; Lindsay Lohan stars (in her film debut) as both twins, Hallie Parker and Annie James, who are fortuitously reunited at summer camp after being separated at birth. David Swift wrote the screenplay for the original 1961 film based on Lottie and Lisa. The story is comparable to that of the 1936 Deanna Durbin film Three Smart Girls. Swift is credited along with Meyers and Shyer as co-writers of the 1998 version. The film received positive reviews.
The Parent Trip - Music - Netflix
The song used in the opening sequence in which glimpses of Nick and Elizabeth's first wedding is seen is Nat King Cole's “L-O-V-E”. The song used in the end credits, in which photos of Nick and Elizabeth's second wedding is seen, is his daughter Natalie Cole's “This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)”. The instrumental music featured prominently in the hotel scene where the girls and their parents cross paths serendipitously is “In the Mood”, which was previously made famous by the Glenn Miller band. Later in the hotel, Hallie sings a few bars of “Let's Get Together”, a tune from the first version of the film that was a hit for its star, Hayley Mills. The song is also quoted over the Walt Disney Pictures logo, and at the end of Alan Silvestri's closing credits suite. When Hallie shows up at Annie's poker game at Camp Walden, the music used is “Bad to the Bone” by George Thorogood and the Destroyers. The background song heard in the campfire scene is “How Bizarre” by the music group OMC. The tune playing as Hallie and Annie are making their way up to the Isolation Cabin is the main theme from “The Great Escape” by Elmer Bernstein.
The Parent Trip - References - Netflix