Has the rare timeless quality of being the sort of film you feel like you’ve seen before. It’s not that it’s unoriginal, just that it existed before it was filmed. And this story will live long after it’s gone. It has a timeless quality — something special was captured here, something one cannot describe in mere words. Maybe it’s the score — that score so easily recognizable one wouldn’t even know it was original anymore. Maybe it’s the quirky characters, or the ageless dialogue. Maybe it’s the story — one that still captures what high society is like today. 

How could I say? I cannot describe it in words.

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