3 things about Douglas Sirk’s THERE’S ALWAYS TOMORROW

There’s Always Tomorrow [1956]

1. Fred standing alone in the rain, as cars zoom past and honk at him to get out of the way.
2. Shadows on her face of the raindrops on the windowpane. Several years before In Cold Blood.
3. Marion never apologizes, never seems to have the first clue about what’s going on.

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