It's Paris, 1928, and Ingrid Bergman is posing as the daughter of a certain deposed czar. This heavy trifle (1956), ineptly directed by Anatole Litvak, was Bergman's Hollywood comeback, made after the breakup of her marriage and filmmaking partnership with Roberto Rossellini. The entire project somehow seems designed as an elaborate apology for the movies she made in Italy; in its superficiality and pointless gloss, it embodies everything Rossellini reacted against. With Yul Brynner and Helen Hayes. 105 min.