Maurice and Stella Trent are happily married. When Maurice is crippled in an airplane crash, he and his mother send for his brother Colin to come help keep Stella busy. He is to show her a good time during what promises to be a 5 month recovery before an operation will allow Maurice to walk again. Stella and Colin become very close, and things come to a boil when Maurice believes his life may not be worth living any longer after all. Written by
Ron Kerrigan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
A daring story - a superb cast - a gripping motion picture everyone should see.
Did You Know?
The airplane Maurice is depicted as flying is a Kinner B Sportster, registration NC14264. It was made by the Kinner Airplane and Motor Corp. of Glendale, California. Only 12 were made, all in 1933. It had a top speed of 112 mph and a range of 440 miles. Without options, it sold for around $3,000 ($55,700 in 2016). See more
The first time we see Maurice in his bed after the accident and his nurse goes to his side we see Maurice is lying neatly under the covers with his arms above the covers but straight to his side, hands clutched. In the next shot his pajamas and the bed covers are askew and he is nervously wringing his fingers as his hands rest on his chest. See more
Version of The Sacred Flame
Tristan und Isolde
Written by Richard Wagner
The ending is performed at the opera, with the singing role of Isolde unidentified See more