Dir. Max Ophuls (1950).
Few movies are more “Viennese” than Ophuls’s ultra-civilized sex comedy. Following a particular erotic daisy chain across the social classes, Ophuls is more romantic than the Arthur Schnitzler original which concerned not a carousel of love but venereal disease.
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