When will I See You Again

I'll be seeing you - I'll see you again

Wednesday, June 12, 2019, 7 p.m. - midnight

I'll be seeing you - I'll see you again

I'll be seeing you - I'll see you again

I'll be seeing you I'll see you again US 1944, D: William Dieterle, B: Marion Parsonnet after the radio play Double furlough by Charles Martin, K: Tony Gaudio, M: Daniele Amfitheatrof, D: Ginger Rogers, Joseph Cotten, Shirley Temple, 85 ’ · 35mm, OFSAT 08.06. at 9 p.m. + WED 12.06. at 8 p.m. A US Army sergeant, Zachary Morgan (Joseph Cotten), and an elegant lady, Mary Marshall (Ginger Rogers), catch up on a train ride into the Christmas break. You realize you have a common goal: Pinehill, a small town in Alabama. Mary spends the holidays here with aunt, uncle and cousin, Zachary strangely rents a room at the local YMCA. Both keep serious secrets from each other. For the first time, Dieterle uses set pieces from the Furlough movie, which was popular during the Second World War and afterwards: more or less traumatized soldiers are confronted during their home leave with the incomprehension of their relatives, who regard the war effort in Europe as a kind of adventure game. In I'll be seeing you not only does the man have to cope with trauma, but also the woman. Dieterle's next films also deal with similarly camouflaging relationships between desire and reality Love letters and Young Widow. (hsp) Collection print courtesy of the UCLA Film & Television Archive.