A post-war housing crisis leaves a shy woman to share a house with two couples. Comic situations arise as the new roomer becomes infatuated with one of the husbands.
A gay, gay British farce of some pretty people in the pursuit of some extra(marital) dividends...
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Did You Know?
At the start when Joan Greenwood takes the washing from the line to the house, the basket is overflowing and untidy. When she enters the house the items are neatly tucked inside the basket she is carrying. See more
If you follow that to its logical conclusion, the only way to be happily married is to live apart!
Opening and closing credits are presented on towels hanging on a washing line. See more
Referenced in The Audrey Hepburn Story