Martin's plane crashes in the jungle of Brazil and nobody believes he survived. His wife, Sally, has fallen in love with another man while Martin is found and returns. Unable to face his demons, Martin considers ending his life.
Martin's plane crashes in the jungle of Brazil. Nobody believes he survived. In the meantime his wife, Sally, has fallen in love with another man, Dr. Harper. Martin is found and returns to Sally. Unable to face his demons, Martin considers ending his life. Or does Sally do it for him?Written by
Christian G.E. Siemons <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Stage Was Our Home
Elizabeth Sellars is found not guilty of murdering her husband. The movie then tells the bulk of its story in flashback. Her husband, Michael Gough, was missing for some years. She fell in love with Ronald Howard. Then Gough reappears, having escaped from deep in South America. Miss Sellars loyally calls off the affair, but Gough appears to be at least mildly cracked, and she grows more and more miserable.
Michael Anderson's direction cannot conceal this being a staged play, nor can he control his actors, who give very deliberate and stagey performances. Cinematographer Gerald Gibbs tries to vary the camera set-ups, but there are enough two-shots of people talking to make the story's origins evident.
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