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It's the very maturity of the romance between Anne and Philip that makes this movie so exhilarating, so romantic, and so affecting. When people fall in love at "a certain age" it's much more poignant; much more is at stake. (The film has a truly surprising plot twist, which throws everything into chaos.) The two "sadder but wiser" stars Bergman and Grant had certainly seen their share of love and heartbreak by this time in their lives, and it shows. (Grant was on the third of his five marriages; Bergman's career had already survived the scandal of her adulterous affair with Roberto Rossellini.) It's fascinating to watch them both, knowing what we know of their personal lives: to see Bergman's Anne throw caution to the wind to commit an "indiscretion" with a married man; to observe Grant/Philip's distinct ambivalence about the institution of marriage. It's a case of picture-perfect casting. --Laura Mirsky --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
Unfortunately there was a scratch on the disc which caused the film to stop for a whilePublished 1 month ago by kikki Coast
This is a wonderful film, and the transaction was perfect as usual, thank you !Published 6 months ago by Hibiscus
I have lost count of how many times I have watched this film! It makes me smile every time. I love to watch Cary Grant dancing and hear him say... Read morePublished 6 months ago by Ava