Identical twins, separated at birth and each raised by one of their biological parents, discover each other for the first time at summer camp and make a plan to bring their wayward parents back together.
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adult female train passenger:
[to Luise who steps with her shoes on a seat in the train, to get her luggage]
Hey! Next time you step on a seat, put a newspaper under your shoes.
That wouldn't make me any taller.
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Two girls: one lives with the father and the other with the mother.As they are twins they exchange their personalities and their parents do not notice it.They are trying to rebuild their family ,to reconcile them.This is the kind of stuff which might seem maudlin ,but Joseph Von Baky's treatment is pleasant,nay even interesting: the dreams scenes are the best as if the scenarists had read Bruno Bettelheim (whose book about fairy tales was yet to come).Germany was very fond at the time of those sentimental comedies .It was also Romy Schneider's debut and most of her films were of the same kind.
A movie for the whole family,actually for the parents provided that they still keep their child's soul.
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