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Interlude(1957)

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  • June Allyson, Drama Queen?

    • ReetPetite
    • 2/25/13

    The thing June Allyson had going for her was her likeability, but it's hard to like the fool-in-love character she plays here, especially when the object of her affection is as detached as Rosanno Brazzi is.

  • An interlude in Sirk's career?

    • DougieB
    • 9/20/12

    It seems as though this was a German-American coproduction, so even though Ross Hunter is credited as producer, it has little of the look or feel of the Sirk/Hunter classics like "Magnificent Obsession" which preceded it. The "fairy tale" atmosphere they were probably hoping to promote to an American audience can unfortunatly also read as elitist and out-of-date. June Allyson frets and suffers somewhat credibly as the other woman in Rossano Brazzi's unsucessful marriage and does so in some toney Old World settings, but occasionally reads as whiney and smug. She and Rosanno Brazzi simply don't have the proper chemistry and the aloof moodiness which is the flip side of his continental charm leaves us wondering "What's that about?" when she falls for him so desperately. This story is not new and is therefore dependent on an imaginative reinterpretation, but this movie has none of the grace notes of, say, David Lean's "Summertime". Personally, I prefer Sirk's overwrought, slightly unbalanced take on American culture to this comfortable homage to his roots.

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