| Comedy, Drama
A divorcée leaves New York to visit her grandfather's farm and recover in the Midwest, where she unexpectedly falls in love with a married farmer.
This film did well at the box office, earning a profit for MGM of $106,000 ($2.1M in 2018) according to studio records.
Whatever happens, I'm not sorry for myself. I knew you for a little while. I kissed you once.
Louise Storr: That won't be much after I've gone if they spoil your whole life. It was just a kiss.
Guy Crane: It was more than that. I mean this, Louise. I love you. I can't break...
In the interior scene where Tone drives Hopkins back to granddad's farm, the back-projected dirt road is clearly seen through the rear window of the auto. Switching to an exterior shot, Tone stops the car to open a gate, drive the car through, close the gate and continue driving. The next interior shot with the rear window, however, shows only the same dirt road already seen, with no gated fence receding in the distance, as it should.