Passed | | Drama
A young lawyer unknowingly defends his mother who abandoned him when he was three.
No music is heard under the opening or closing credits of Madame X, which was the result of a short-lived practice in which studios expected the local theater musicians to provide live accompaniment to the opening credits of sound films. Keyboardists and orchestras were still working in the theaters in the late 1920s providing music for silent films still in distribution. Live music was a way to make the screening more of a special event and not a purely "canned" presentation.
I shouldn't like to see a great French lady on the floor.
Jacqueline: Now, you're being nasty to me again. And I don't want you to be nasty to me.