"Sibyls" were female oracles to the ancient Greeks and Romans, women who could prophesy the future. In this clever, amusing look at a little magic meant to change the future, Balz (Max Rudlinger) is a Swiss artist so in love with Clara (Christine Lauterburg), an actress in the theater, that he is willing to do anything to keep her near him (she is about to leave for an opening in another city). An older Franciscan monk recognizes his angst and gives him some herbal schnapps called "Amaro Sibilla" which has the magic power to grant Balz' desires. After he takes one drink, Clara's opening is cancelled. Next, since he really wants to see her, he takes a swig, and she is able to come visit because her leading man in the play is ill for the moment. After they meet, he takes another draught from the bottle, and Clara loses her voice -- forcing her to stay with Balz so he can help her out. But Clara is no fool, and she soon realizes the magic bottle of schnapps is good for the goose as well as the gander, and in no time she is chugging it down and watching the happy effects.
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