A fanciful, O. Henryesque tale set in New York City during World War II. A shy, lonely woman and a dashing soldier from Tennessee meet in the rain late one afternoon, and end up falling in love. But Fate threatens to come between them. Written by
Eugene Kim <email@example.com>
Did You Know?
When Jane Wyman, as Ruth, and Eileen Heckart, as Grace, pause to talk on a bridge in Central Park, the building on the edge of the park filling half the screen is the Dakota, perhaps New York's most famous apartment building. See more
Most of the cars in this film were period correct for the WW2 setting, but occasionally cars of later vintage are seen, including a couple of 1955 Chevrolets, and a 1955 Cadillac limousine. See more
How can there be a God when things like this happen, people getting killed?
Referenced in Far from Heaven
You're Getting to Be a Habit with Me
Music by Harry Warren
Played at the beginning of the restaurant scene See more