The wife of a rubber plantation administrator shoots a man to death and claims it was self-defense. Her poise, graciousness and stoicism impress nearly everyone who meets her. Her husband is certainly without doubt; so is the district officer; while her lawyer's doubts may be a natural skepticism. But this is Singapore and the resentful natives will have no compunction about undermining this accused murderess. A letter in her hand turns up and may prove her undoing. Written by
I wish I could say I was sorry.
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According to screenwriter Winston Miller Warner Brothers commissioned him to write a Western version of "The Letter" with the evil woman rewritten as a schoolmarm. It was offered to director Raoul Walsh, who refused to read it. According to Miller he said, "I don't make pictures about schoolteachers!" See more
We see Leslie faint and taken to see the nurse. The nurse leaves the room and Leslie is talking to Howard Joyce but behind Mr. Joyce is a shadow of a piece of equipment or crew visible on the room divider behind Mr. Joyce. The equipment is pulled back and the shadow disappears. See more
With all my heart, I still love the man I killed.