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The Shop Around The Corner

Alfred Kralik is the top salesman at a leathergoods shop in Budapest owned by the high-strung Mr. Hugo Matuschek. Kralik's coworkers at Matuschek and Company include his friend, Pirovitch, Ferencz Vadas, and Pepi Katona. One morning, Kralik reveals to Pirovitch that he's been corresponding anonymously with an intelligent and cultured woman whose ad he came across in the newspaper.
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Guardian
December 09, 2010 Lubitsch demonstrates that romantic comedies, like popcorn, can be enjoyed salty as well as sweet.
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Observer (UK)
February 10, 2014 One of the greatest romantic comedies.
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Total Film
December 15, 2010 Sure, the plot-turns are foreseeable, but the film's wit and perfectly gauged performances are undimmed delights.
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Variety
November 27, 2007 Although picture carries the indelible stamp of Ernst Lubitsch at his best in generating humor and human interest from what might appear to be unimportant situations, it carries further to impress via the outstanding characterizations by Margaret Sullavan
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Slant Magazine
December 22, 2014 The charm of the gimmick in Lubitsch's take is passed over quickly in favor of studying both its effects on those involved, as well as the dynamics of the workplace at large.
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New York Times
May 20, 2003 ...a pretty kettle of bubbling brew it makes under Mr. Lubitsch's deft and tender management and with a genial company to play it gently, well this side of farce and well that side of utter seriousness.
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Ozus' World Movie Reviews
December 19, 2012 Wonderful period low-budget light romantic comedy taking place during the Depression among a few underpaid neurotics surviving in the workforce of a small notions store.
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Chicago Reader
November 27, 2007 This 1940 film is one of Ernst Lubitsch's finest and most enduring works, a romantic comedy of dazzling range.
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TIME Magazine
December 05, 2008 As the plot has as many complications as characters, much of the fun comes in watching Scripter Samson Raphaelson neatly tangle and untangle them without tying himself in a hard knot.
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Time Out
February 09, 2006 Thoroughly different from To Be or Not To Be but just as exhilarating, it's one of the few films truly justifying Lubitsch's reputation for a 'touch.'
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Cinema Sight
August 16, 2011 Entertaining to a fault, the film doesn't ignite the imagination in the way many other films of the period did.
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Empire Magazine
December 12, 2014 Nostalgic and charming romance with special moments in the extra-narrative action.
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