Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Kiss Me, Darling is the English-language title for this Hungarian comedy, the third talking feature to be produced in Budapest. A trio of well-known Hungarian authors (played by three genuine authors) converge at a private club to discuss the letters sent to them by readers, soliciting personal advice. As they start reading three of these solicitations aloud, the film dramatizes the letters' contents. In the first story, a village lad is unable to pop the question to a pretty barmaid thanks to the interference of a lecherous innkeeper. In the second tale, a maidservant teams up with her soldier boyfriend to bully and browbeat the maid's employers. And in the concluding episode, two college boys avoid paying their rent with the help of the landlady's mischievous daughter.
advice, letter, writing