An actress who has given up on love meets a suave banker and begins a flirtation with him...even though he's already married.An actress who has given up on love meets a suave banker and begins a flirtation with him...even though he's already married.An actress who has given up on love meets a suave banker and begins a flirtation with him...even though he's already married.
- Woman in Audience
- Young Woman
- Young Man
- Elevator Operator
- Mr. Finleigh
- Waiter at Spring Dance
Good Performances, Mediocre Film
Appreciation for the 1958 romantic comedy 'Indiscreet' will likely depend on one's interest in watching the two stars, Cary Grant and Ingrid Bergman, play out romantic scenarios. Though both deliver charming performances, one is left with the impression that the generic and largely unfunny script would have come apart completely in less capable hands. As it is, 'Indiscreet' is not a bad movie. The performances of the two leads, together with a few genuinely amusing moments towards the end as the couple's tangled schemes start to unravel, are enough to compensate for its deficiencies. However, for another, much finer, Bergman/Grant romance, try Alfred Hitchcock's 'Notorious.'
- Jun 12, 2017
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