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The arrival of an ex-lover on a young woman's wedding day sets in motion a chain of events which will alter her and her cousin's lives forever.
To get the effects of aging, Bette Davis didn't wear any eye makeup or lipstick, and makeup artist Perc Westmore used a pale, ashen base on her face.
A woman never stops thinking of the man she loves. She thinks of him for years in all sorts of unconscious ways. In thinking of all sorts of things, a sunset, an old song, a cameo on a chain.
At about 1:09, when Tina is standing at the staircase after returning from the ball, as Charlotte is eavesdropping, the shadow of a boom mic passes across the carpet, just after Tina says "What sort of things?" This is especially puzzling because there is no further dialogue in the shot and no reason for the mic to follow Tina.
The opening credits are shown on facsimiles of wedding invitation cards.
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