The New Pictures, Mar. 31, 1941

That Uncertain Feeling (United Artists). For most cinemakers, jokes about psychoanalysts and their patients are as dated as sugar daddies. For cigar-faced Director Ernst Lubitsch, they can form the nucleus of a whole amusing movie about well-cushioned life with the upper crust. He proves it by sending Merle Oberon, a healthy Park Avenue socialite, to consult a Dr. Vengard (Alan Mowbray) at the beginning of the picture. When she tells him there is nothing wrong with her, he says: "I'm sure you will feel differently when you leave this office." She does. Her...

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