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Ratings & Reviews

  1. João Eça's rating of the film Interlude

    What initially seemed like an european-touring-soap-opera rapidly evolved into a dense, absorbing melodrama - each shot filled with passion and love. The character's self-conscience over their unfortunate lives gives them such dignity and tragedy that they emerge as heroes of their own mediocrity. To find beauty, romance and sacrifice in such a banal protagonist is Sirk's triumph. Catholic ressonance all the way.

  2. Warren Spratley's rating of the film Interlude

  3. Karl J. Kipling's rating of the film Interlude

    Deserves to be considered among Sirk's finest melodramas, if one considers Sirk's melodramas worth considering.

  4. nuno q's rating of the film Interlude

    Lesson to be learnt: dull women always choose dull men.

  5. Paul RCHTT's rating of the film Interlude

    awful acting, but sweet anyway.

  6. Scout Tafoya's rating of the film Interlude

    June Allyson didn't grow into Jane Wyman, so the film lacks Sirk's usually sturdy centerpiece, but this is still one of his wildest and most beautiful films. The classical elements bring out some of the master's fiercest and most striking compositions and scenes.