#CleanMovieMonth85 Perfect Code Film Features – 27. “Intermezzo”

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July 27 – Perfect Code Film Feature #27

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Today’s highlighted film is Intermezzo from 1939. This is the story of a brilliant violinist who is captivated by the sweet, young, and talented woman who teaches his daughter piano lessons. Although the pianist, who has long admired him from afar, tries to resist temptation for both of them, the violinist is irresistibly drawn to her. This film stars Leslie Howard, Ingrid Bergman, and Edna Best. It was directed by Gregory Ratoff,  produced by David O. Selznick, and released by United Artists. This is a perfect Code film because it shows the unhappiness which comes with infidelity, the misery which it causes to broken families, and the importance of protecting your marriage. I like this movie because of its magnificent acting, its heart-rending theme song, and its great cast, especially the sweet Ingrid Bergman in her American debut . My favorite thing about it is the sweet and realistic relationship between Leslie Howard’s violinist character and his beloved young daughter played by Ann E. Todd.

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3 thoughts on “#CleanMovieMonth85 Perfect Code Film Features – 27. “Intermezzo”

    • Dear Sally,

      I’m very sorry for not responding to you. I glanced at this comment right before I published my #AMonthWithoutTheCode65 announcement, but I didn’t send you the link. I hope you found it but assume you did because you sent me a participating article. Last week, my sister and I were conducting a ballet workshop every day and had to drive an hour and a half to get there. It was so much fun, a dream come true for us, but it really threw of my writing schedule. I am trying to catch up now. I will republish your articles very soon. Thank you for participating!

      Yours Hopefully,

      Tiffany Brannan

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      • Hi Tiffany! Sometimes, real life takes precedence over blogging. So, it’s totally ok to devote your time to ballet. Take as much time as you need to write and publish your articles for A Month Without the Code.

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