The widow of an underground-resistance fighter falls in love but her life gets complicated when she learns her husband didn't die.
I can easily see the allure of this movie, and I don't have complaints, but it doesn't do it for me. The legacy of this movie remains in all sorts of little quotes that I recognize. I know I must have seen this years ago, and it's stuck in my head until even now. I don't regret re-watching this, but it's not something I'll watch again.
I watched this without subtitles.. whoops.
- 1:00 -- Why would the titles break out into the British national anthem? (God Save the Queen)
- 1:10 -- Oh.
1:30 -- Refugee
- 3:10 -- Boy are they being dicks to tourists.
- 3:40 -- They shot him, really?
- 3:50 -- Liberté, égalité, fraternité
4:30 -- Oh, is that a parallel to terrorists Refugees of the Syrian Civil War?
- It's not actually a civil war. It's the fucking Taliban.
- 4:50 -- Pickpocketing
- 6:40 -- Rick's Café Américain
- 7:10 -- It Had to Be You
- 8:00 -- Did they have non-cash back then? Some sort of cheque perhaps..
- 13:00 -- Knocking on wood
14:40 -- Wow, she is pretty.
(I zoned out, watching but not needing to write notes)
Han SoloRick shot first.