Approved | | Comedy, Romance
An actress who has given up on love meets a suave banker and begins a flirtation with him...even though he's already married.
When the censors had a problem with Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman in a scene in bed together, director Stanley Donen shot an overhead split screen sequence showing both stars side by side in bed, but with a clearly visible "border" between them.
There is no sincerity like a woman telling a lie.
When Anna and Philip arrive back at Anna's apartment after their first date, Anna lights the fire in the fireplace. First the flames are abundant and high, yet moments later when the camera cuts as they talk and walk around the living room, the flames are barely noticeable. However, as the camera pulls out showing Anna alone in her living room when Philip has left, the high flames have returned and the fire is roaring once again.
All of the opening credits appear as if engraved on calling cards.
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