Delectable Hungarian pastry, served up by masters all around. This may be the best romantic comedy ever made. The great Ernst Lubitsch handles his "small" theme brilliantly, bringing the lives of everyday people to the screen as he had never done before.
In contrast to the glamorous heroes of other Lubitsch films, James Stewart's everyman sales clerk is as prosaic as they come. Working in a leather goods shop in Budapest, Stewart is the top clerk and a trusted friend of the owner, Morgan. Together, Morgan and Stewart head a tightly knit force of
workers, all eager to please. Among them are Stewart's closest ally, Bressart, an aging clerk who leads a simple life ...