Not Rated | | Drama, Romance
A group of very different individuals staying at a luxurious hotel in Berlin deal with each of their respective dramas.
In the scene where Greta Garbo utters her famous 'I want to be alone line' you can hear the song 'Lover come back to me', written for the 1928 play New Moon (1930). The bridge of the song contains an excerpt from a piece by Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky entitled 'The Seasons, June, Barcarolle'.
Who are you?
Baron Felix von Geigern: Someone who could love you, that's all. Someone who's forgotten everything else but you.
Grusinskaya: You could love me?
Baron Felix von Geigern: I've never seen anything in my life as beautiful as you are.
After the Baron asks Flaemmchen for a date, he moves from behind her left shoulder to behind her right shoulder twice. Also, the Baron's cigarette seems to disappear without any indication he put it out.
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