Jim Warren, a crook, is married to Norma, but there was a flaw in their marriage papers and he must marry her gain to protect their unborn child. He returns home and gives her some money ... See full summary »
This film is a painting rather than a film. You can see the money that has gone into the costumes and set, but no investment whatsoever in directing the actors. It lacked warmth, colour and texture. What you see on the screen is purely cosmetic.
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