A sensual European countess arrives at a small American town where she quickly provokes moral outrage from the community. Upon arriving, even before she steps out of her taxi a district attorney informs her that loose women aren't welcome here. Donning a cigarette holder she explains with a seductive smile that she comes from Italy and asks for directions to her cousins château. The femme fatales exploits include drinking, smoking in public, enticing men, wearing extravagant garments and boasting a tattoo of a skull on her forearm.
Pola as the storm center of many hearts. A woman of fire-a woman of love- a woman of the world. A modern small town romance produced by the man who made "Are Parents People?" and "The Trouble With Wives." (Print Ad- Owosso Argus-Press, ((Owosso, Mich.)) 16 February 1926)