Jane Fonda and Robert Redford's new movie is a heartfelt tearjerker aimed at the over-65 set.
The title, Our Souls at Night, is deep-sounding and poetic, hinting at the central plot line of a pair of widowed old folk finding love again.
The only problem is, it sounds very, very different if you say it with a proper English accent.
In fact, it sounds very, very unpoetic. Say out loud to yourself, remembering to pronounce "our" as "ar' in the correct British manner.
And people are starting to notice. English actor Rufus Sewell posted a shot of the billboard with the comment, “Maybe it sounds more family friendly with an American accent,” setting off a flurry of hilarious tweets.
Maybe it sounds more family friendly with an American accent. pic.twitter.com/t4qgBXhfI8— Rufus Sewell (@FredrikSewell) September 25, 2017
Can wait for the sequel The Sun Shines Out of Our Souls— Veronica (@ronniebecray) September 26, 2017
Is it a new chat show with Piers Morgan and Nigel Farage?— (((Robert Ramsay))) (@MothTwiceborn) September 27, 2017
How about the Bollywood remake 'Our Souls on Fire'?...— Steve O`Pray (@oceanspray69) September 26, 2017
It's the prequel to an Indiana Jones film, 'Ark Hunts At Dawn'.— Sierra Charlie (@sierracharlie1) September 26, 2017
Sounds terrible with my Lancashire accent 😂— Equilibria (@Equilibria) September 26, 2017
Put me in mind of that other great classic... pic.twitter.com/kRMz8I5tSr
Has a nice ring to it— Lee Kennedy (@OlafStar) September 27, 2017
Strikes a bum note, doesn't it.— ZapperDan (@Zapper_Dan) September 26, 2017
Me when I'm out with my mates in town— Kid Omega (@KidOmega__) September 26, 2017
A Netflix spokesperson said the title would not be reviewed for foreign markets.
"We’re aware of how it sounds to some British ears. But the film has had this title for months," the spokesperson said. "There are no plans to change the title for the UK market.”