There's Always Tomorrow
Directed by Douglas Sirk
There's Always Tomorrow
From Douglas Sirk, the acclaimed director of All I Desire, Magnificent Obsession, All That Heaven Allows, Written on the Wind, The Tarnished Angels and Imitation of Life, comes this romantic melodrama starring screen legends Barbara Stanwyck (The Lady Gambles), Fred MacMurray (Murder, He Says) and Joan Bennett (Scarlet Street). Clifford Groves (MacMurray) feels ignored and unappreciated by his wife Marion (Bennett) and his children. While attempting to rekindle the spark between him and his wife, Clifford runs into Norma Miller Vale (Stanwyck), an old flame who is now successful, divorced and seemingly eager to be with him. There’s Always Tomorrow features beautiful black-and-white cinematography by the legendary Russell Metty (Touch of Evil, Midnight Lace) and an intelligent script by Bernard C. Schoenfeld (Caged, Phantom Lady) from a story by Ursula Parrott (The Divorcee, Next Time We Love).
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