Predictability is one of the sins of reviewers. and because they are so opposite Glynis Johns and Rossano Brazzi have an unpredictable chemistry and some reviewers have been snooty about this. They have fun together in this film, and audiences of the time would have surely enjoyed seeing them together. It is not a great film, but it is entertaining, charming at times and has actors like Robert Morley and Joyce Carey to keep an audience happy. And it has colour and Cinemascope which was well used and has just a whiff of naughtiness about it to make audiences think they were seeing a slightly daring film. It is an audience pleaser and I see nothing wrong in that if it does please, and it pleased me to see this cast put together and allowed to exude fun and pleasure in their roles. Glynis Johns shines as always, and Rossano Brazzi follows her lead. And who can complain about hearing her wonderful voice, or for that matter Brazzi delightfully battling with his English ? They were high in popularity at the time of this film and I like to think the audience of the 50's enjoyed seeing them as much as I did. So please reviewers be a little kinder towards a film that never pretended to be a Cary Grant and Grace Kelly vehicle. It is a warmer film than Hitchcock's ' To Catch a Thief ' and that makes it in some ways all the better for it.