Well-to-do Joyce Ramsey is the dominant and domineering force in her household comprised of her lawyer husband David Ramsey, their young adult daughter Diana Ramsey and their late teenaged daughter Martha Ramsey. Everything Joyce has done in the course of her marriage to David has been in the pursuit of wealth, prestige, comfort and security for her and the family, which belies her and David's humble beginnings. Their current wealth and status began with a white lie told by Joyce to one of David's potential clients when David was still struggling as a lawyer, that lie which had the consequence of Joyce, and by association David, stepping on the back of a friend as they climbed the social ladder, Joyce never to look back after this and subsequent such actions. Joyce has no real idea of how her actions have negatively affected David's feelings for her, Joyce who is blindsided when David asks her for a divorce in no longer loving her. As such, Joyce has no idea why David wants the ...
The one sin no woman ever forgives.
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Did You Know?
At the beginning of the film, Jim drives up to the house in a 1949 Cadillac (Series 62) convertible. Only 8,000 were built. Fully restored, in excellent condition this car can easily fetch six figures in 2016. In 1949 the sticker price was $3,442 ($34,743 in 2016). See more
Shadow on the wall to the right as it pulls back from the conference room after the divorce settlement meeting. See more
Without me you'd be nothing! less than nothing. And then you wouldn't be able to afford a conscience or to help your indigent, snivelling, whining friends, so-called.
A Woman's Intuition
Music by Victor Young
Lyrics by Ned Washington
Sung by Bette Davis See more