I first was afraid of what I was going to see. It begins like a so so comedy, as we often find in this kind of TV show. Light story with enough humor to entertain the family at dinner time.
A widow still in love with her late husband reminds their meet and romance, before marriage and so on...And she thinks of him so hard that she talks to herself, actually to him, to his picture besides her bed.
Don Taylor plays the "husband", who finally died in a car accident. He was a famous car racer, risking his life very often.
It could remain usual if it was not the following, where a new neighbour of our widow - a good looking, handsome man and above all bachelor, presents himself as a new neighbour and tells our female lead what he is, what he loves in life...Well he seems the perfect reflection of the late love of the widow. I find this absolutely poignant. This stranger who looks like the man this woman loved so much and lost.
A marvelous little story.
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