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Looking forward to seeing this movie again, someday, on DVD or VHS.
I liked this sweet, but caustic movie of post-World War II. It could be tearful for others besides me, but I think that people who like this type of movie will also enjoy this film. So many people were caught up in similar circumstances during this war and afterward and is very similar to some situations in Korea and Vietnam. It is basically a love story, but full of pathos and irony that was so typical of the times of WWII and afterward. Some reviewers may take issue with the tale of a German girl helping a US soldier, then being held by the communists, but it is a mere sidestory to the true love story that exists in the story and film. f you liked the following movies: From Here to Eternity - Hiroshima, Mon Amour - Love is A Many Splendored Thing - Sand Pebbles, then you will enjoy Fraulein.
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