me even more popular over the years, lies in the fact that since 1957 many cinemas began to show the movie during summer exams, first in Harvard, and then and in other universities. Twenty years later it was revealed that Casablanca is shown on TV in the USA more often than any other movie in order to attract the new audience (Ebert, 1996).
The movie is sensitive, kind, magically romantic and very fascinating, though it is neither thriller, nor the detective story. It is a real American movie, which is loved by all Americans and very informative for foreigners, because it shows the life and history of real Americans.
The movie Casablanca will not touch your heart as military drama, but, as the romantic melodrama performed in curious style and played by magnificent actors of the era, it represents a perfect creation. A little outdated, but the one, which did not loose its appeal through