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Beautiful story of love at first sight between two middle-aged icons. This is definitely a powerful love story for "grown folks." A love story for a different, "later" phase of life, where everything is still so exciting and grand, but substance is so much more required. A PERFECT love story along with a comical twist that Cary Grant's character provides as a monkey wrench to the parameters Ingrid Bergman had decided to abide by.
Escaped, falsely accused Cary Grant and judge Ronald Colman both come to Jean Arthur's home. Grant for refuge, Colman for summer break. Arthur caught in the middle, sheltering Grant while hiding him from grumpy Colman. Not knowing he's harboring a fugitive the two become fast friends and they form an odd little family. The lie is revealed when Colman sees Grant's face plastered on the front page of the paper. Then begins a tale of following the letter of the law vs. ensuring justice is served.
I'd classify this film as noir, though maybe not widely considered so. It is a definite, Hitchcock edge of your seat thriller. The story of a wife (Joan Fontaine) who experiences an awful shift in her perception of what her husband (Cary Grant) is capable of, leading her to be in complete fear for her life. Watch with me on YouTube Channel "Crucial Classics Movie Reactions."
Re-imagining a scene from Charade, Cary Grant and Audrey Hepburn.