Es un melódrama delicioso lleno de aristas extremas que convergen en un crudo romance digno de una pelicula del viejo Hollywood, por eso Casablanca es un recuerdo perfecto para un fin de semana de reconciliaciones y evidentemente un screening ejemplizando grandes voces y bellezas del viejo Hollywood.
On a rewatch, I'm struck by how bad a person it seems Ilsa is. She leaves Rick in Paris with no explanation, almost never gives him one even after she runs into him in Casablanca just because he was mad about it, and pulls a gun on him for the visas right before deciding instead to betray her husband and his cause because she changed her mind again? I can't be the only person who feels this way right?
Casablanca is one of those romantic movies that speak of love indirectly. Also features a tension situations (especially in the final moments of the film), which give an even more monumental story. It's like an act of courage, love in wartime. rs. That's it. Classic is classic for nothing. And neither should be seen only because it is classic. It is a delightful film, current, and sensational. And very romantic.