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4.0 out of 5 stars The Hook
Most of us remember this film seen years earlier. I viewed this recently while on a plane to visit loved ones on the Holidays. The 50th Anniversary of this film will remind us all of the innocent times of yesteryear. Romantic and cute, the first part played on an ocean liner. Playboy, Nicki Ferrante, meets the woman he is fated to fall in love with, Terry McKay. They...
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Excellent video quality. Deborah Kerr is a wonderful actress and in my humble opinion one of the most beautiful ever. And I guess Cary Grant isn't too bad.

But I must say that i like the old one with Irene Dunne and Charles Boyer better, even though it's in black and white and only available in very poor video quality. Dunne sings a lot better then Kerr for one...
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4.0 out of 5 stars The Hook, 12 Jun. 2013
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Most of us remember this film seen years earlier. I viewed this recently while on a plane to visit loved ones on the Holidays. The 50th Anniversary of this film will remind us all of the innocent times of yesteryear. Romantic and cute, the first part played on an ocean liner. Playboy, Nicki Ferrante, meets the woman he is fated to fall in love with, Terry McKay. They meet, discover they like each other and this turns to love. They visit Nicki's grandmother in France, and this scene is the one we remember. An overly romantic day filled with memories of a loved one and the sweet times ahead.

Finally realizing that they love each other, but have other people in their lives, they make a decision. They decide to meet each other at the Empire State Building in 6 months. Nicki needs to find a job, he has never had a full time job to support himself, never mind a wife. Nicki starts painting and Terry goes back to singing. The day arrives and...

"The hook comes almost exactly at the halfway point, and while that's the thing most people remember about the film, it also marks the start of its downhill slide." says Peter Harris. Terry has an accident and is transported to the hospital. Nicki waits at the Empire State Building until midnight. Why didn't they communicate? Is this a case of not knowing each other well? And for six months they lived on faith, but at this crucial moment, no one calls the other? Far fetched, yes. But we know that true lovers will find each other and, of course, that does occur.

Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr are two of the actors of old Hollywood. The romantic and innocent era of love. This is the 50th anniversary of the film, and it comes at a time when romance and innocence are at a low ebb.
Lovely music sung by Vic Damone. Beautiful scenery and an age old love story.

Recommended. prisrob 06-12-13
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5.0 out of 5 stars AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER [1957] [Deluxe Limited Edition DigiBook] [Blu-ray] [US Import], 15 Mar. 2015
AN AFFAIR TO REMEMBER [1957] [Deluxe Limited Edition DigiBook] [Blu-ray] [US Import] Unforgettable Romance ‚€“ First Time On Blu-ray!

In this poignant and humorous love story nominated for four Academy Awards¬ģ where [Nickie] Cary Grant and [Terry] Deborah Kerr meet on board an ocean liner and fall deeply in love. Although each is engaged to someone else, they agree to rendezvous six months later at the top of the Empire State Building if they still feel the same way about each other. But tragedy strikes . . . and prevents their rendezvous, but their future takes an emotional and uncertain turn.

FILM FACT: 'An Affair to Remember' was nominated for four Oscars¬ģ and they were Best Song, Best Cinematography, Best Score and Best Costume Design. Contributing to the success of the 1957 film is its theme song, "An Affair to Remember (Our Love Affair)" sung by Vic Damone, and composed by Harry Warren and with lyrics by Leo McCarey and Harold Adamson, which has since become a jazz standard.

Cast: Cary Grant, Deborah Kerr, Richard Denning, Neva Patterson, Cathleen Nesbitt, Robert Q. Lewis, Charles Watts, Fortunio Bonanova and Marni Nixon (Terry McKay singing voice)

Director: Leo McCarey

Producers: Jerry Wald and Leo McCarey

Screenplay: Delmer Daves, Donald Ogden Stewart and Leo McCarey

Composer: Hugo Friedhofer

Cinematography: Milton Krasner

Video Resolution: 1080p [Color By DeLuxe]

Aspect Ratio: 2.35:1 [CinemaScope]

Audio: English: 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio, English: 2.0 Dolby Digital Stereo, Spanish: 1.0 LPCM Mono Audio and French: 2.0 Dolby Digital Stereo

Subtitles: English SDH and Spanish

Running Time: 115 minutes

Region: Region A/1

Number of discs: 1

Studio: 20th Century Fox Home Entertainment

Andrew‚€™s Blu-ray Review: ‚€˜An Affair to Remember‚€™ is one of the most popular love stories ever made in Hollywood. Many fans would hail it as the most romantic film ever made. With its mix of sophistication and sentimentality, the film offers one of the most complete expressions of Leo McCarey's personality as a writer-director. In particular, auteur critics have hailed his ability to make the transition from comedy in the early scenes to the more deeply romantic mood of the film's ending, a characteristic of such other Leo McCarey films as ‚€˜Going My Way‚€™ [1944] and ‚€˜The Bells of St. Mary's‚€™ [1945]. The film was also Leo McCarey's last great success, capping a career that stretched back to the silent comedies he wrote and directed for Hal Roach.

‚€œWinter must be cold for those with no warm memories‚€Ě, laments Deborah Kerr‚€™s Terry McKay of the 1957 classic ‚€˜An Affair to Remember‚€™ and an unforgettable romance that has managed to melt frost-bitten hearts everywhere for more than half a century. Though it is well-known for being the romantic film to end all romantic films, ‚€˜An Affair to Remember‚€™ is more than a mere cultural touchstone and it‚€™s a great film in and of itself.

Nickie [Cary Grant] a notorious playboy and Terry [Deborah Kerr], an heiress, meet on the SS Constitution ocean liner. Bonded by their shared love of the finer things in life (including but not limited to pink champagne and sailing around the Mediterranean), the two instantly hit it off. Exchanging witty banter and stolen glances, their chemistry is apparent. There‚€™s only one problem ‚€“ both parties are engaged to other people. Upon docking in New York City, the pair, unable to deny their mutual attraction, agrees to meet in six months‚€™ time at the top of the Empire State Building. However, when an unfortunate accident hinders Terry from attending their reunion, it looks as though their seemingly-fated love affair is no longer on the cards. But, of course, the heart wants what the heart wants and as chance (or indeed, Hollywood) would have it, Terry and Nickie cross paths again in the most unexpected way.

This is a film about the slow-burn of attraction, delighting in the small moments that form the prelude to a kiss (and one of the most memorable on-screen first kisses of all-time, at that). Sparks fly as the couple tease one another with a barrage of whip-smart quips, the on-screen sexual tension between stars Deborah Kerr and Cary Grant is smouldering, who brings the film alive, managing to capture the inexplicable magic of falling in love.

In fact, it‚€™s almost impossible not to feel one‚€™s own knees buckle as the dizzying intensity with which the couple fall in love unfolds. In one particularly beautiful scene, they visit Nickie‚€™s doting Grandma Janou [Cathleen Nesbitt] in her home on the French Riviera. Nickie‚€™s relationship with the tender-hearted Janou is a window that allows Terry a rare glimpse into the charismatic bachelor‚€™s childhood. Grant balances Nickie‚€™s artistic sensibilities with cheeky cocksure confidence, showing us and indeed, seducing us with Nickie‚€™s vulnerable side.

And yet, despite their debonair appearances, it is the unsaid feelings and heart-pounding what-ifs that have us rooting for Nickie and Terry and reaching for the tissues right until the very end. Beautifully shot in vivid Technicolor, and accompanied by Harry Warren‚€™s rich, romantic score, this bittersweet romance is a nostalgic cinematic experience that has truly stood the test of time.

‚€˜An Affair to Remember‚€™ was one of three 1957 films that brought Cary Grant out of retirement after his performance in ‚€˜To Catch a Thief‚€™ two years earlier. With the critical and box-office failure of his other two 1957 films, ‚€˜The Pride and the Passion‚€™ and ‚€˜Kiss Them for Me‚€™ and it provided the success Cary Grant needed to keep him making films until his ultimate retirement in 1966. It remains one of his most popular films. The film also remains Deborah Kerr's most popular. Throughout her later years, she was always pleased when she met fans and they told her they had most recently seen her in ‚€˜An Affair to Remember.‚€™

‚€˜An Affair to Remember‚€™ was the most successful of the three films Grant made with Kerr. Although the two seemed perfectly matched, their other vehicles, ‚€˜Dream Wife‚€™ [1953] and ‚€˜The Grass Is Greener‚€™ [1960], did not capture their chemistry as effectively. The film was producer Jerry Wald's first under contract to 20th Century Fox, where he would finish his career with such acclaimed features as ‚€˜Peyton Place‚€™ [1957], ‚€˜The Long, Hot Summer‚€™ [1958] and ‚€˜Sons and Lovers‚€™ [1960].

Blu-ray Video Quality ‚€“ The film‚€™s stunning Cinemascope aspect ratio of 2.35:1 is replicated to perfection and so is the 1080p encoded image transfer. Colour is nicely saturated without being overblown (though stock photography and rear screen projection looks much less impressive). Flesh tones, from the nut brown tan that Cary Grant sports to the peaches ‚€˜n cream complexion of Deborah Kerr, are spot on. Black levels aren‚€™t very deep and are the weakest aspect of the transfer. It‚€™s very clean, however, with no visible scratches or blemishes, and sharpness is nicely achieved.

Blu-ray Audio Quality ‚€“ The Blu-ray offers both English 5.1 DTS-HD Master Audio and 2.0 Dolby Digital stereo. The 2.0 Dolby Digital stereo soundtrack is somewhat loud and it is a bit harsher sounding than the with the 5.1 DTS-HD MA mix, which is much more refined and smoother. There‚€™s a tiny bit of hiss in some of the earlier quieter scenes of the film, but it‚€™s never intrusive to the listening experience. Apart from the music score, there isn‚€™t much surround activity here. Dialogue is always easily discernible in the centre channel though its clear there was quite a bit of work with the film soundtrack.

Blu-ray Special Features and Extras:

24 page Collectable DigiBook Packaging: That features text about the story, the stars and the director, and also stills in colour and (mostly) black-and-white.

Audio Commentary by Singer Marnie Nixon and Film Historian Joseph McBride: The audio commentary is provided by American film historian Joseph McBride and singer Marni Nixon who talk lovingly about the Leo McArey remake of his original black-and-white ‚€˜Love Affair.‚€™ Marni Nixon wished she had sung the film song title, but heaps great praise on Vic Damone‚€™s interpretation of the film‚€™s title song. We get to hear Joseph McBride has great affection to this film and the director, as he has so many interesting facts about the process of making ‚€˜An Affair to Remember.‚€™ Another interesting information we hear is the fact that Marni Nixon had worked before with Deborah Kerr in dubbing her voice in the film ‚€˜The King and I,‚€™ but because Marni Nixon had a year‚€™s contract with NBC, she wondered how she could work on this particular film, but Deborah Kerr assured Marni Nixon that she knew how to dub her singing voice for this film. But to show how professional Marni Marni was, because the film was released in different in different languages, well Marni Nixon assured the studio executives that she could sing in all the different languages. But overall I can really recommend you give this brilliant Audi Commentary a good try out, as Joseph McBride is a real joy to listen to and it is one of the best audio commentaries I have heard in a long time.

Feature Documentary: Affairs to Remember: Deborah Kerr [2007] [1080p] [16:9] [5:34] Peter Viertel [Husband to Deborah Kerr] talks about he met Deborah Kerr, who was already married to Tony Bartley, who was extremely jealous of Ms. Kerr success and eventually they both got divorced. Sadly in her later years, Deborah Kerr suffered from a serious illness of Parkinson and eventually passed away in England on 16th October, 2007 at the age of 86.

Feature Documentary: Affairs to Remember: Cary Grant [2007] [1080p] [16:9] [9:48] Barbara Grant James [Cary Grant‚€™s Widow] talks very affectionately about how she met Cary Grant in the Royal Lancaster Hotel in London. Barbara admitted that she never hardly saw any of Cary grant‚€™s films and how charming he was off screen. Despite Barbara and Cary Grant were both in a relationship at the time, but eventually grew closer together and finally both got divorced, and were finally able to live together until Cary Grant passed away on the 29th November, 1986 in Davenport, Iowa.

Feature Documentary: Directed by Leo McCarey [2007] [1080p] [16:9] [22:33] Scott McIsaac [Film Historian]; Paul Harrill [Author/Film Professor]; Peter Bogdanovich [Author/Film Maker]; and Rick Jewel [USC Professor Cinema-Television] talk glowingly about this giant among directors of his luminary work of his classic films. You hear about how Leo McCarey tried different career choices. First he tried to become a prize fighter, a miner, a sports writer for the LA Times. Then he went to the USC to study law and eventually became a lawyer, but this did not last long due to an unsuccessful court case that went badly wrong, and eventually got a job in Hollywood as a script girl for the director Todd Browning. When he finally got to direct films, he famously worked with Laurel & Hardy, Harold Lloyd, Mae West, The Marx Brothers, Charles Laughton, Cary grant, Irene Dunne and many more famous actors. He directed the ‚€˜Love Affair‚€™ film and then went onto to do the remake ‚€˜An Affair to Remember.‚€™ He also made other classic films, which included his last film he made was ‚€˜Satan never Sleeps‚€™ which he hated directing, plus he hated all the actors and eventually sadly passed away suffering from emphysema in 1969.

Feature Documentary: A Producer to Remember: Jerry Wald [2007] [1080p] [16:9] [16:06] Malvin Wald [Brother to Screenwriter]; Robby Wald [Son]; Richard Baer [Writer]; Andrew Wald [Son] and Constance Wald [Widow of Jerry Wald] talk glowingly and affectionate about the life and times of this special Producer jerry Wald, who worked in different film companies from 1944 to 1962, who was also passionate about his work in films. The passion sort of started when jerry Wald worked with his father, who to get any business, would tell them very elaborate stories, to the point he persuaded to get orders for the Company Jerry Wald‚€™s father worked for. So this how Jerry Wald got into the film industry, as he could also weave a good story to the film executives to get certain stars into a particular film. But his greatest gift was working with top authors and turning their books into a working film script, and also appreciating the importance of the audience who went to see the films he worked on. He was totally motivated by the whole film industry and a total workaholic and sadly this was his undoing and eventually passed away at the age of 50 after three heart attacks. Despite this sad fact, his volume of work for the film industry, speaks for itself.

Feature Documentary: The Look of An Affair to Remember [2007] [1080p] [16:9] [9:01] With any film, it has to have a look, and also how the director and the production designer wants the film image looks in the frame and to guide us through this homage to ‚€˜An Affair to Remember‚€™ we have contributions from John Cork [Film Historian]; Peter Bogdanovich [Author/Film Maker]; Wes Gehring [Author/Film Professor] and Rick Jewell [USC Professor Cinema-Television]. With all these contributors they give great praise on the director Leo McArey and his use of the CinemaScope aspect ratio, to make you fall in love with this particular film. One great surprise you hear is how Cary Grant insisted he wanted to shoot the film an actual liner, but Leo McArey insisted that he would only film most of the film on the backlot of the studio and that is why the director made ‚€˜An Affair to Remember‚€™ such a magical joyous classic romantic film, that has stood the test of time.

Feature Documentary: AMC Backstory¬ģ: An Affair to Remember [2001] [480i] [4:3] [24:27] This made for TV documentary, tells in great detail about the backstage story about the main stars Cary grant and Deborah Kerr, which reflected their screen personalities, and their secret private lives. People contributing to this documentary are Peter Bogdanovich [Author/Film Maker]; A.E. Holchner [Sophia Loren‚€™s Biographer]; Roy Mosley [Cary Grant‚€™s Biographer]; Curtis Harrington [Former Assistant to jerry Wald]; Deborah Kerr [Actress]; Francesca Shrapnel [Deborah Kerr‚€™s Daughter]; Rudy Behlmer [Film Historian]; Nancy Nelson [Cary Grant‚€™s Biographer] and Anne Hutton [Deborah Kerr‚€™s Manager/Friend]. We hear about when Cary Grant worked on the film ‚€˜The Pride and The Passion‚€™ where he fell madly in love with the leading female star Sophia Loren, who was seriously romantically involved with producer Carlo Ponti. We also get to see a short clip from a very rare promotional film the 20th Century Fox presents A Special CinemaScope Picture entitled ‚€œThe Big Show‚€Ě to promote the film ‚€˜An Affair to Remember.‚€™ Leo McCarey found two main stars got on very well together, that he allowed them to sometimes to improvise occasionally from the script. We also get lots of clips from the film, as well as certain outtakes. Although critics slated the film, but of course it was a massive big hit with audiences and also its deservedly Academy Awards Nominations. Narrated by Rino Romano.

Fox Movietone News: An Affair to Remember Shipboard Premiere Attracts Celebrities [1957] [1080p] [4:3] [00:56] This short film packs in a lot and you see most of the stars, as well as the director and producer involved with the film. But you also get to see other celebrities attending the premiere, which includes Celeste Holm, Shelley Winters, Arlene Dahl, Fernando Lamas and Deborah Paget.

Theatrical Trailer: Here we get to see the actual 20th Century Fox present a Special CinemaScope Picture ‚€˜The Big Show‚€™ [1957] [480i] [4:3] [2:53]

Finally, keep the Kleenex nearby for this 10 hanky tearjerker; it‚€™s a classic of romantic cinema that has influenced the genre for decades of other romantic films. Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr make it easy to believe everything about this love story. Cary Grant is a certain kind of charming that can never be duplicated. He‚€™s the kind of actor that makes you fall in love with him no matter what year it is. The transition from playboy to love fool is so effortless for Cary Grant. His sincerity and expression in certain scenes makes you feel the way he does, as if another love like this will never come again. Deborah Kerr is a timeless beauty, who plays the part of the woman with strength well. Bottom line is, for those true romantics out there; this is one you shouldn‚€™t pass up. This is what a romantic film should be all about. A love like this goes hand and hand with class, something that many stars today can‚€™t even get close to. ‚€˜An Affair to Remember‚€™ will always be one to remember. They don‚€™t make them like this anymore, so this is one to purchase for certain. It makes an excellent, stay-at-home romantic date night film especially, as well for the whole family. Highly Recommended!

Andrew C. Miller ‚€“ Your Ultimate No.1 Film Fan
Le Cinema Paradiso
WARE, United Kingdom
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5.0 out of 5 stars Love on the high seas, 2 Nov. 2013
Leo McCarey's 1957 remake of his 1939 Love Affair stars Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr as two completely different people who end up falling in love on a transatlantic cruise. Nickie Ferrante (Grant) is a smooth-talking playboy who has a new girl every night, but his free reign as a bachelor is coming to an end as he's about to marry millionaire Lois Clark. Terry McKay is a nightclub singer in Boston and is in a long-term relationship. Nickie pursues Terry, who at first refuses, but the two fall deeply in love aboard the SS Constitution and try to hide their blossoming romance from curious onlookers and the ship's photographer. Nickie takes Terry to meet his octogenarian grandmother during a shore leave, and Terry is deeply attracted to the peaceful haven overlooking the Mediterranean.

When they arrive in New York, they agree that they'll meet in six months at the top of the Empire State Building; this will give Nickie time to save up money for a wedding, and for Terry to break the news to her fiancé. But on their six-month anniversary, fate intervenes and all does not go as planned.

An Affair to Remember is practically a carbon copy of Love Affair, with the addition of Technicolor and the theme song sung by Vic Damone. Grant and Kerr have a crackling energy and sparkling repartee that make them a joy to root for (both actors did their share of ad libbing). Some of the scenes, particularly those of Terry teaching a children's choir, felt like unabashed filler (and some modern viewers find the tap dance scene by the only two African-American kids in the choir to be racially offensive). Bonus features include an audio commentary by film critic Joseph McBride and Marni Nixon, the singing voice of Terry McKay, profiles of Cary Grant and Deborah Kerr, bios of director McCarey and producer Jerry Wald, a featurette on the look of An Affair to Remember, and a 25-minute AMC backstory of the filming. There's also a poster and stills gallery to peruse. Overall, this is a cute romance, not the best film you'll ever see but one that's had an impact on popular culture for decades, including Sleepless in Seattle (10th Anniversary Edition) and the remake Love Affair.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Performances to remember, Grant and Kerr seize the screen., 4 Jan. 2015
This review is from: An Affair to Remember [DVD] [1957] (DVD)
Delightful love story that see's suave and sophisticated Cary Grant have an affair with Deborah Kerr whilst on board a cruise. Great sets, witty dialogue as one would expect and a nice warmth and richness to the film- production values are high here.

The second half of the movie takes place in New York City- where the realisations that both parties have other relationships kick in- though there is a promise to meet in six months time at the top of the Empire State Building.

The trick here is to keep us entertained throughout, because this of course is a talky picture, and An Affair to Remember succeeds very well. The second half can't live up to a sublime first though- and having to endure 2 songs from the kids choir is a bit too much, though there is no doubting how cute they are. A great movie nonetheless, and a slice of 50s movie magic.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Romance, comedy and tears - this film has it all, 8 Aug. 2000
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The film on which 'Sleepless in Seattle' was based, 'An Affair to Remember' is not just a chick flick, but a film for anyone who has ever loved anyone. Cary Grant smoulders as always and we wonder what takes Deborah Kerr so long to succumb to his charms. Their romance is not the only love in the film though - family is of vital importance to both main characters. But it is their love which really captures the viewer's imagination - witty one-liners, mild innuendo, and a naturalness between the main actors prevent the film falling into slushiness, but the passion is no less profound. Tiny little gestures such as placing a kiss on the back of Kerr's gloved hand and her putting that glove to her face make the emotions come home to everyone who watches, and while the musical numbers with the children can be a little tedious, the rest of the film is so powerful that you can't help but watch it over and over. And if anyone ever asks you 'what makes life so difficult?' just answer 'People!'
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3.0 out of 5 stars Excellent video quality, 2 Oct. 2014
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Excellent video quality. Deborah Kerr is a wonderful actress and in my humble opinion one of the most beautiful ever. And I guess Cary Grant isn't too bad.

But I must say that i like the old one with Irene Dunne and Charles Boyer better, even though it's in black and white and only available in very poor video quality. Dunne sings a lot better then Kerr for one thing and acts very well too, and Boyer is SO much better than Grant, especially in the last scene. And I absolutely love the old woman.

Not the most interesting or believable story which is the main reason they're not great films, but some good humour, some comicly embarrassing scenes and also some very touching moments.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Enjoyable Film, 10 Aug. 2013
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I purchased this film on DVD earlier this year. Last night I finally got round to watching it. I really enjoyed it and it transported me back to a long ago time when life was much more simple and straightforward. I'm already planning to watch more of these old films as they're much more superior to many of those on release in recent years. Whilst watching this film I was in suspense as to what the final outcome would be and if the couple would ever meet again. I was delighted to find that the film ended on a happy note at the last minute.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A Class Act, 15 Dec. 2012
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Cary Grant as always plays his charming self, but this is possibly the best of Deborah Kerrs films. The theme of this film certainly endures, itself it is a remake of Love Affair, and from this were derived more than one similar plot including the Tom Hanks Meg Ryan film.
The sets and scenes in this film are beautifull, colourfull, and well chosen. The standard DVD is of a high quality, and when upscaled on a Blu Ray player it is a good buy.
John Bentley. Liverpool.
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5.0 out of 5 stars A film to remember..., 9 Feb. 2013
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Another Cary film where he has to compete with gorgeous scenery - there is a genuine chemistry between Deborah Kerr and Cary Grant, here, which seems a little more adult than with most of his other leading ladies. The story is both mournful and redemptive...the day after watching it, I wanted to watch it again. For all the exotic beauty of its locations, it is the end scene with its modest domestic setting that lingers in the mind.
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5.0 out of 5 stars Timeless Classic, 26 Jun. 2014
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Favourite film of all time! Cry every time. Definately a must see for every person In love. Would highly recommend!!
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