Design for Living (1933)

Directed by Ernst Lubitsch

An independent woman can't choose between the two men she loves.

Noticing, perhaps, two of the best-looking men she’s ever seen conked out across from her, [Glinda] does what any advertising artist would do—she begins sketching their faces. Already she’s got the upper hand, playfully drawing these two sleeping beauties from her perspective—a perspective that will bloom into something quite involved once their introductions turn into . . . invitations.

Kim Morgan (Criterion)