Synopsis by Clarke Fountain
In the confusion of events during World War II, a young woman marries one young man, receives an official report of his death, and then marries another. At the end of the war, the two husbands, both alive, accidentally meet on their way back to the woman. They play a kind of Russian Roulette in a minefield in order to see who will live with her, and the second man is killed. Unfortunately for the survivor, she truly loved the man who died. Dejected, he leaves her and seeks to discover some reason to go on living, which he eventually finds.
bigamy, death, homosexual, love, love-triangle, Russian-roulette, suicide