We here at Lost in Criterion have a complicated relationship with famed producer David O. Selznick. On the one hand there's the greatest movie ever made, The Third Man, on the other hand there's nearly anything else he's been involved with in the Collection. Vittorio De Sica may have felt similarly after Selznick partnered with him as producer of his 1953 film Terminal Station. After butting heads repeatedly in a production that ended with a widely-panned film, Selznick recut it without De Sica's permission and released Indiscretion of an American Wife. However bad Terminal Station may have been in a vacuum in 1953, it's a masterpiece compared to Selznick's version.