Approved | | Drama
An actress becomes an alcoholic after being jilted. She is aided by an Alcoholics Anonymous member with whom she has an affair; however, he is married.
In her autobiography, Joan Fontaine describes this as "this dull film". She and Ray Milland tried to watch the rushes after work, but found that George Stevens took such long takes that they would spend several hours watching the same thing over and over. She jokes she suspected Stevens of having 'considerable shares in the raw-film companies'. Milland once helped her to cry in a close-up by reciting the Lord's Prayer from behind the camera.