Cinema: New Picture, Apr. 26, 1954

Indiscretion of an American Wife (Vittorio de Sica; Columbia) takes the moviegoer far across the sea to "the Eternal City of Culture, of Legend, and of Love." The customer is set down in Rome's bareboned, modern Stazione Termini. About him lies all the grandeur that was Rome, but he never gets out of that railroad station. And whether it be in the City of the Caesars or at the switchtrack in Wawa, Pa., an hour wait between trains is an hour wait between trains.

In this case, the boredom is surprisingly unrelieved by the fact...

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