fritz lang’s you & me

1938′s You And Me is a redeeming romance, with a flat George Raft and a radiant Sylvia Sydney as two ex-cons on parole trying to make good to themselves and each other. While Raft is honest about his criminal past, Sydney hides hers to maintain their relationship, sowing seeds of distrust. They fight against the forces of suspicion and dissatisfaction in their rocket-fast marriage for a long time, before finally finding happiness.
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