Interlude
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Interlude
Like many of his best works, filmmaker Douglas Sirk's Interlude is a remake of an earlier Universal soap opera. In this case, Sirk's source material is the 1939 Irene Dunne-Charles Boyer vehicle When Tomorrow Comes. Based on a story by (of all people) James M. Cain, the story concerns the romance between aspiring musician Helen Banning (June Allyson) and famed symphony conductor Tonio Fischer (Rossano Brazzi). Alas, Tonio is married, and his bibulous, vindictive wife (Marianne Cook) isn't about to give him a divorce. Meanwhile, stiff-necked American doctor Morley Dwyer (Keith… More

Critic Reviews from Rotten Tomatoes

"During the last twenty minutes of Interlude, Sirk goes in for the kill"
‑ Dan Callahan, Slant Magazine
"The way Sirk plays with it, it's wonderfully subversive when you least expect it."
‑ Dennis Schwartz, Ozus' World Movie Reviews
More reviews for Interlude on Rotten Tomatoes