The site's critical consensus reads, "I'll See You in My Dreams would be worth watching even if Blythe Danner's central performance was all it had going for it, but this thoughtful drama satisfies on multiple levels. The film ends with Carol adopting an elderly dog and driving home with him, taking another chance at love. It was written by Alan Pasqua and Mark Spiro and sung by Dann Huff. When she gets home, she has a message from Bill, wanting to set up another date. Later, her friends convince her to go to a speed dating session for senior citizens. Later, Carol meets with her friends, and Sally insists that they should all go on a cruise together. Carol is obviously reluctant to invite Lloyd in, but Bill, in his T-shirt comes up behind her, introductions are made and Bill invites Lloyd to breakfast. Carol lightheartedly scoffs and says she hardly knows him. The film stars Blythe Danner, Martin Starr, Sam Elliott, Malin Åkerman, June Squibb, Rhea Perlman, and Mary Kay Place. Though Lloyd initially offends her, the two begin an unlikely friendship after Lloyd asks to meet with her as friends. The film was released on May 15, 2015, in a limited release by Bleecker Street. Il film è interpretato da Danny Thomas nel ruolo di Gus Kahn e da Doris Day in quello di sua moglie Grace LeBoy Kahn, musicista e compositrice. Il film fu prodotto da Louis F. Edelman per la Warner Bros. Pictures. I'll See You in My Dreams was a 10" LP album issued by Columbia Records as catalog # CL-6198 on December 14, 1951, featuring Doris Day and Paul Weston's orchestra, containing songs from the soundtrack of the movie of the same name. Katherine points out all the good things that happened because of Carol taking chances and risks. She meets with him and he takes her out on his boat, the "So What" - something, he says, he has never done with anyone else. Learn how and when to remove this template message, The One I Love (Belongs to Somebody Else), My Dreams Are Getting Better All the Time, Que Sera, Sera (Whatever Will Be, Will Be), (Why Did I Tell You I Was Going To) Shanghai, Normal as Blueberry Pie – A Tribute to Doris Day,, Articles lacking sources from December 2009, Short description is different from Wikidata, Album articles lacking alt text for covers, Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike License, This page was last edited on 11 September 2020, at 07:20. The album was combined with Day's 1953 album, Calamity Jane, on a compact disc, issued on June 12, 2001 by Collectables Records. They go back to her house, and they discuss "living in the moment," but it is something that Carol dismisses. [6] It was released on May 15, 2015 in a limited release. After coming home from the appointment, she finds a large rat in her house, which leads her to sleep outside for the night, at which point she meets her new pool boy, Lloyd. She makes a trip down to where Bill's boat is still moored, and in conversation over cards one of her friends asks about the boat, which Carol says is still there, that there was no one to leave the boat to, and that she'd asked Bill's lawyer if she could have something of Bill's as a keepsake. Questa pagina è stata modificata per l'ultima volta il 2 lug 2020 alle 13:47. However, Carol finds frantic messages from Rona on her answering machine when they get back home as Bill is in the hospital for an unknown condition. The song entered the Billboard Hot 100, peaking at #20. Lloyd comes to visit Carol in his new uniform. Lloyd reveals that he is not looking forward to anything in his life, and that he feels that he has no real prospects outside of the responsibility he feels for his ailing mother. Though Lloyd is a mediocre singer, Carol impresses him with her singing ability. Le coreografie sono affidate a LeRoy Prinz. After dinner, Bill drives her home, and they share a kiss; Bill says that he wants to see her again. Distribuito dalla Warner Bros. Pictures, il film fu presentato in prima a New York il 6 dicembre 1951. I'll See You in My Dreams was a 10" LP album issued by Columbia Records as catalog # CL-6198 on December 14, 1951, featuring Doris Day and Paul Weston 's orchestra, containing songs from the soundtrack of the movie of the same name. Carol is giddy, until she sees the rat again. Katherine notes that Carol seems different, but in a good way. Sadly, she soon gets a call that he has died, and grieves that she has lost someone again. Since only immediate family can see him, Carol is unable to be admitted. Though Carol is uninterested in the men she meets, she later encounters Bill in the parking lot, and he asks her out for a date. La colonna sonora ha raggiunto la prima posizione nella Billboard 200. We don't learn whether there was anything given to her, but one day, as she is at home dusting the items on her fireplace mantel - framed family photos, a large urn (presumably containing her husband's ashes) and a little flower print tin containing her dog's remains - she finds a cellophane-wrapped cigar lying there, the type that Bill always had tucked in his mouth, unlit, an old habit he hadn't quite given up on. One day she is forced to put the elderly dog down, leaving her without her main companion outside of her friends Georgina, Rona, and Sally who all live at a retirement community. Carol's grief is palpable, but after her daughter has returned to New York, she once again gets back to the routines of playing golf and cards with her friends. Though the other friends are reluctant at first, Carol impulsively agrees, leading the others to join in. Carol tells her that she is seeing someone, and Katherine insists that she wants to meet him. The film was released on May 15, 2015, in a limited release by Bleecker Street.[3]. Over breakfast, Bill asks Carol if she ever considered marrying again. I'll See You in My Dreams is a 2015 American comedy-drama film directed, co-written, and co-produced by Brett Haley. I'll See You in My Dreams (film 1951) Da Wikipedia, l'enciclopedia libera.