Cary Grant may have indeed been in more classics than anyone else, except maybe Barbara Stanwyck. What a film. You'll laugh from beginning to end. Check out Irene Dunne in I Remember Mama for her most memorable performance
Opens with a men's club clock. The couple tries convention but they fail. Finally he enters her world (a woman's cottage), where, smarter than he, she confuses rather than confronts him. Here the clock joins them in time. They're joined by desire (she contains all women within herself), by their willingness to break beyond convention, and by a sense of humor that unites them and excludes everyone else. Sublime.
Classic comedic farce from Leo McCarey that provided stars Cary Grant and Irene Dunne with a wonderful vehicle for their comedic talents. Even better was Ralph Bellamy in a memorable supporting turn. Dialogue and events throughout are quite humorous and the film stands the test of time very well.
el diálogo final es fantástico, resume el conflicto de la historia de un modo abstracto al tiempo que las imágenes del cucú, revelan el final feliz de un modo sutil. no resulta extraño que un filósofo como cavell le dedique un sesudo análisis
I am still not a huge Cary Grant in comedies fan, but his physical comedy here was actually a pleasant surprise. I am sure that I still rate this one lower than many, but it is a very good screwball, that isn't quite as "screwy" as many other in the genre, which works for me.