R | | Drama, Romance
An aspiring photographer develops an intimate relationship with an older woman in 1950s New York.
The rail car used in the scene where Therese travels back to New York is a 1946 ex-L&M 60-seat coach, originally used on the L&M Hummingbird route. It is currently owned by the Cincinnati Dinner Train and used weekly. The car was stationary during ... ...
How do you know my wife?
Carol Aird: Harge, please.
Therese Belivet: I work at Frankenberg's, the department store.
Carol Aird: I ordered a gift from her desk. I forgot my gloves. So, she returned them and I thanked her.
Harge Aird: Well, that's bold.
In the Ritz Tower Hotel restaurant scene near the end, Carol is inside a telephone booth finishing a call and when she exits sees that Therese has arrived and taking her place at their table. A camel-color coat is draped over one chair. As Carol approaches the table from behind Therese you see two glasses filled with water, two cups, a carafe, and a dish with pastries. An unfolded cloth napkin lies on the table across from Therese. Carol then sits on the chair with the coat and puts her purse down on the empty chair next to her. The table service and unfolded napkin shows that Carol arrived earlier, took off her coat, placed an order, waited for Therese, then went to make a phone call.
Incorrect continuity "goof": Near the end, Carol walks up to Therese's table with purse in hand and sits down with coat already on the back of her chair.
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