I’ll Be Seeing You (1944) Rated NR

While home on furlough for Christmas, a soldier meets a young woman and love blossoms. Starring Ginger Rogers, Joseph Cotten, and Shirley Temple.

This is a lovely film; it shows how a soldier with a past can overcome hi issues. It’s also a film that highlights PTSD before it was known as PTSD. This is a story of a boy with a past who meets a girl with a past, and the two fall in love. It’s one of those pleasant films to watch during the season. The actors’ performances were amazing. The film is slow to build, but once you enjoy the story it’s telling.  It’s a sentimental film for the holidays, and it’s worth a watch.

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