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Excellent movie, drama, comedy, different from the rest
Unique movie, fantastic, shows part of Cary Grant rarely seen.. even if just in a movie role. In the role of Ernie Mott, shows a rare side and if you're open to cockney accent and a rough neighborhood, well.. he's charm comes through .. even without the usual polish. A champion movie.. showing a hint of Cary Grant's background.. His change in heart for his mom and turnaround coupled with the difficulties of pre-war england. I suppose some might not like the lack of polish and some people can not get past a thick accent.. and the British slang from the rougher side of town... if you look past that and open up to the role.. you'll love this movie
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