Gran directora15 mayo 2017 (Editado)
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Pura tristeza.23 julio 2015 (Editado)
Un poco culebrón, y cuesta un poco hoy en día pasar por alto el discurso machista de trasfondo.23 julio 2015 (Editado)
"It was hard to buy into the bigamist and the wives all being such good sorts, in a story that cried out to be sordid but instead got trapped in a ridiculous deep-freeze as if trying its best to make the bigamist into an Albert Schweitzer. What saves it, is that the four leads are superb—each giving a moving and wise performance. They can't make the drama absorbing, but at least they prevent it from touching the third rail. "
"The charisma challenged Edmond O'Brien is Harry, a San Francisco based traveling salesman married to Eve (Joan Fontaine). Eve and Harry are looking to adopt a child, and are assigned to caseworker Mr. Jordan (Edmund Gwenn). Jordan notices Harry's terminally constipated expression every time the term "thorough investigation" is used, and goes to Los Angeles to find some of Harry's clients. He also finds Harry, living in a modest home with his other wife Phyllis (the film's director, Ida Lupino) and their infant son. "