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This is story of a love triangle involving an American soldier, a congresswoman from Iowa and a German singer who meet in postwar Berlin.
As usual, it's more clever than meaningful, but this 1948 film is one of his most satisfactory in wit and pace.
A stinging satirical look at black marketeering in post WW II Berlin.
This may not be Wilder at his best -- the story develops along fairly predictable lines, with Arthur switching her starchy uniform for a glistening evening gown -- but there are some precious set pieces.
Despite its predictable story line makes for a somewhat enjoyable satire.
A dandy entertainment which has some shrewd and realistic things to say.
Lesser Billy Wilder with great actresses and a weak leading man.
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