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Nothing special despite its writer.
The best romance movie ever made!
Unusual movie , well done, give it a try. Excellent performances...
An uneven effort to show soldiers recovering from war in Germany. More interesting than the actual film is the timing of the film just before the start of the Second World War. There are hidden critiques of the Nazis but the motivation behind releasing it when it was released are baffling.
Love story centering as much on friendships as romance - or perhaps it's better to say an exploration of the commitments of playing wing-man to your buddy's love interest. Well written, well filmed, well edited - the trimming of the script (political connotations) is the only weak point of the film. It's also interesting that Hollywood was allowed to make such a human film about the German people while Naziism was consolidating it's grip on that nation. Kudos.
I watched this a while ago, I barely remember it, but it was okay, not good enough that I remember it though.
Not a single review for this Borzage classic? Shocking.
Margaret Sullavan gave the best dramatic performance of her career in this film, earning every bit of her Best Actress Oscar nomination. Robert Taylor does a fine job as the other half of the couple in love, and there is fine support from Robert Young and Franchot Tone.
The fact of the matter is that Frank Borzage can do no wrong.