Synopsis by Hal Erickson
This German production originally went into theaters under the title Marter der Liebe. The heroine, a British noblewoman, spends much of the film debasing her reputation in the company of unworthy male companions -- not that the woman is any better than the men she loves and leaves; in fact, she's practically the villain of the piece. The leading character (somewhat symbolically dressed in mannish clothes throughout) was played by Soava Gallone, wife of the director Carmine Gallone. The film's country of origin was unidentified when Crossroad of Love was released in New York.