I would fucking LOVE to fall in love with a ghost.
Drinking wine and looking for Ingrid Bergman magazines to buy.
Something is truly wrong with me.
I give this film an 8.6; I have to admit, I was a little hesitant about liking about it while going into it. Possibly because I was not sure of the story at all and I did not want to sit through an over two hour drama that did not have any relate-able qualities to film or life. And then I saw William Wyler’s name and all those emotions went away. This film truly not only captures innocence and purity in the first half of the movie, but it captures suspense and horror in the second half once the war arrives. This juxtaposition immediately reminded me of “Life is Beautiful” and the gorgeous black and white cinematography works perfectly on the gorgeous Greer Garson. Definitely worth the watch because all of your emotions will be played on throughout the film.