Trouble in Paradise


Trouble in Paradise was the film that first had people talking about "the Lubitsch Touch," and it was, in fact, one of the director's favorites.[5] Critic Dwight Macdonald said of the film that it was "as close to perfection as anything I have ever seen in the movies."[5] The New York Times named the film as one of the ten best films of 1932. In 1998, Roger Ebert added it to his Great Movies collection.[8] Wes Anderson and Ralph Fiennes both said the movie was an inspiration for The Grand Budapest Hotel.

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