This wraps up the Third Man Series. Circling back to the graveyard, as at the opening scene- Holly Martins waits, hoping Anna will stop. She seems to glide forward, almost resembling a nun in a wimple and habit. Although she no longer loves Harry, she has chosen loyalty to his memory as her compass point. Holly is free as a bird, although not enjoying it much. Strange, because here Anna moves forward although emotionally fixed in place, while Holly, shortly to leave the country, remains still. Well, I may provoke some controversy here, but I felt disappointed by The English Patient, which examined some of the same issues of loyalty and morality, because they were presented as serious fare, whereas this story is told so lightly (that zither music) that one is able to participate more in the story and I think come to one's own conclusions.
Edit: The Dancer Upstairs also falls into this category of film. There are probably others?