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As You Desire Me (1932)

Rating:No Rating
Genre:Drama
Release Date:January 1, 1932
Running time:70 minutes
Cast:Greta Garbo, Melvyn Douglas, Erich von Stroheim, Owen Moore, Hedda Hopper
Writer:Luigi Pirandello, Gene Markey

Description: This complex '30s film is based upon a play by Pirandello which involved a hapless amnesiac. In As You Desire Me, the legendary Greta Garbo plays a down-in-the-dumps amnesiac (she can't recall who her husband is) who ends up singing in a low-life nightclub and putting up with the advances of a cruel and crude novelist (Eric von Stroheim). She'd have remained in this miserable state were it not for the fact that she's recognized and returned to her true husband, who's a nobleman loyally in love with her. Her former suitor von Stroheim shows up trying to expose her as a fraud and regain her as his captive.~ All Movie Guide

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