A chacun son destin / To Each His Own [ Origine Espagnole, Sans Langue Francaise ]
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Espagne Edition, PAL/Region 2 DVD: SON: Anglais ( Dolby Digital 2.0 ), Espagnol ( Sous-titres ), SUPPLEMENTS: Accès De Scène, Menu Interactif, Noir & Blanc, SYNOPSIS: La vieille du jour de l'an, dans Londres bombardee, Josephine Norris, une Americaine d'une cinquantaine d'annees, sympathise avec lord Desham, tant il semble lui aussi porter le poids d'un passe sinistre. DEPISTAGE/ACCORDE: Récompenses D'Académie D'Oscar, ...A chacun son destin / To Each His Own
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De Havilland was perfect as Jody Norris, realistically portraying a young girl of seventeen and then various stages of maturity, ending as a brusque, middle-aged business woman in war-torn London of 1944. Her range as an actress is fully demonstrated and she does a remarkable job of playing the heroine at various stages of development.
John Lund is excellent too in a dual role (her lover and later her grown son). Both Bill Goodwin as a good-hearted pal and Philip Terry, as another suitor who still loves her after marrying her friend (Mary Anderson), give fine support. Anderson never had a better role than she does as the jealous, neurotic wife unwilling to let Jody have her own child back.
It has an intelligent script, detailed period direction by Mitch Leisen, fine background score by Victor Young and memorable moments from every player in the large cast. This is one Madame X kind of story that still holds up today. Probably the best soap-opera of the '40s, played to the hilt by a wonderful cast.
I would be remiss if I didn't mention Roland Culver as Lord Desham. Brilliant performance. And on top of all the drama, there's a lot of humor and touches of real Americana, especially in the early scenes depicting Jody's small-town life.
Summing up: This was a huge box-office hit in the summer of '46 and re-ignited Olivia's career after a three year absence from the screen. Winning the Oscar was the icing on the cake for the lovely actress.
This DVD is an obvious knock-off horrible, grainy version from a VHS or off of a TV, the trailer is for a different movie, and film facts are are 5 sentences on one screen. Save your money and lobby for a great DVD version that this movie deserves.