All the elements of escapism seem to be present; a good-looking eligible male lead, a romantically-inclined, but at first reluctant heroine, an exotic location (Venice), lavish surroundings in a luxury hotel, and plenty of music. And there's a happy ending. Pretty undemanding stuff, but good enough entertainment for the austere fifties.
Christine Görner shows her class as a singer, and the singing duo Nina and Frederik are there for the ride, with a little singing, but pretty terrible acting.
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