Dr. Michael Parker's a prominent surgeon, who unexpectedly runs into his German-born wife whom he thought was dead. Victor, an artist (and his "dead" wife's now boyfriend), berate Dr. ...
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Dr. Michael Parker's a prominent surgeon, who unexpectedly runs into his German-born wife whom he thought was dead. Victor, an artist (and his "dead" wife's now boyfriend), berate Dr. Parker for killing her. The Story's told in flashback to Austria during World War II as we learn how Dr. Parker met and married his wife, and the one mistake which may have cost him his family.Written by
Concerning his participation, Douglas Sirk said in an interview with Jon Halliday in 1971 that he did some work on preparing "Never Say Goodbye", that he brought over Cornell Borchers from Germany and that he re-shot scenes with George Sanders on the latter's and the studio's request. See more »
Clearly depicts one of many personal struggles during WWII
I think this movie shows how much a persons life can change and be affected by the events that occurred in WWII. This movie, unlike many newer movies today, has a real hard-hitting story that can truly be felt by the viewer. A movie that doesn't have to live off of sex and violence, and can, I believe, is a great movie!
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