Finally say yes
|Original title||Finally say yes|
|Country of production||Germany|
|Publishing year||none (1945 unfinished)|
|script||Fritz Schweuert based on the US film "Tom, Dick and Harry" (1941)|
|production||Eberhard Klagemann (production group) for Terra-Filmkunst (Berlin)|
Annette Müller works as a language teacher for French. Her grown-up students include the elegant councilor and the somewhat younger, reserved engineer. Both handsome men quickly fall in love with the lively young woman. But Annette has long since kept an eye on someone herself, namely a pianist who is currently earning his living as a piano tuner. In addition, he also appears in bars with his piano skills. After some recruiting, the Legation Councilor finally succeeds in arranging a rendezvous with Annette. The night before, the teacher had a dream: in which she is the bride of the beau of tomorrow, who has become ambassador in Paris. Annette sees herself as the main character in a lavish wedding party. And so the next day the young woman goes to meet the Legation Council very lively. When he misbehaved towards the pianist in the bar, Annette is no longer so sure of her feelings.
From now on she directs her attention towards the engineer. In her dreams, the man has risen to become a president who has made millions with a groundbreaking invention - he can make sound go away. In the dream this man only has eyes for her and offers her all his money. Annette dreams that she will use the money to buy all the tickets for the adored pianist's first concert in order to bring him an overwhelming success. But the proud artist brusquely rejects their help. Annette uses a ruse in her dream and "sells" every ticket at the counter for a kiss from her. However, the jealous engineer torpedoed Annette's idea by unceremoniously making every sound of the pianist's musical performance disappear. And so the young musician's debut concert is a huge flop.
Back in reality, Annette finally has to make up her mind. The Legation Council is to be transferred, and the engineer will soon have to go on a longer business trip. The pianist is also driven into the distance, having received a promising scholarship for a stay in Paris. Annette hurries after all three of them to the train station, still undecided who she actually wants. The locomotive whistles, forcing Annette's immediate decision. At the last second, she jumps on the train that is supposed to take her and her pianist to Paris.
Shooting began in September 1944 and presumably ended at the turn of the year 1944/45, as Weiß immediately began shooting the likewise unfinished film Tell the truth with Heinz Rühmann . At the end of the Second World War, Sag 'was finally on the cut. There were still some post-shots missing.
The buildings come from the hands of Erich Grave and Hans Minzloff . Production group leader Eberhard Klagemann , at the same time close confidante and long-time producer of the main actress Jenny Jugo, also acted as production manager for this film. Georg Brommer provided the sound.
After the completion of the film failed, Klagemann and Jugo decided to remake the story under the title Träum 'nicht, Annette in 1948. In this DEFA production, Karl Schönböck , Max Eckard and Olga Limburg also appeared in three of the “Say finally yes” actors.
- Ulrich J. Klaus: German sound films 13th year 1944/45. P. 218 (061.45), Berlin 2002