Young Edmond Durand (Conrad Nagel) has been reared under the autocratic influence of his aunt (Marcia Manon), who directs a large silk mill in southern France. He revolts against a stifling career planned for him and leaves home with Marcelle, a Gypsy girl (Renée Adorée). They roam the countryside with a Gypsy caravan in romantic bliss; they are inadvertently separated but at the outbreak of war are reunited. When peace is restored, the lovers find happiness together.
Amazing battle scenes! Paris gone mad! and a thousand other throbs and thrills. (Print Ad- Rappannnock Record, ((Kilmarnock, Va.)) 3 November 1927)