Saturday, September 6, 2008


This dramatic depiction of small town life is both humorous, and romantic. While I find this film to be slightly ridiculous, I can never say no to William Holden. He and Kim Novak spice up the big screen in their search for self-actualization. Rosalind Russell is, however, probably the most notable character in the entire film. Her portrayal of an over-the-hill spinster is painful, yet touching. Russell and Holden make the film worth a try.

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