Tue, 17 February 2015
In 1960, director Billy Wilder released one of his most memorable comedies of his career. The Apartment, starring Jack Lemmon and Shirley MacLaine about an ambitious employee who allows his boss to use his apartment to entertain his mistress, would not only capture the attention of critics and audiences alike, but win Best Picture, a feat not too common for comedies. But does this film deserve to have it's own seperate key or would audiences do better playing gin rummy instead?
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