Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Jilted by her military-officer lover Rolon (Pierre Blanchard), provincial dressmaker Anna (Madeline Renaud) leaves her home village of Luneville in disgrace. The next time anyone sees Anna, she has transformed herself into Irene, glamorous blonde international movie star. Seeking revenge against the man who seduced her, Anna/Irene returns home, where she intends to woo and then abandon Rolon, who fails to recognize her. By the time he is aware of her true identity, our heroine has fallen in love with him all over again -- and this time, the feeling is entirely mutual. The scenes in a lavish Parisian nightclub were later emulated by director Harry Lachman in such American films as Dante's Inferno and Our Relations.