Synopsis by Eleanor Mannikka
A commuter who rides the train to his factory job every day happens to be conned, along with everyone else on the train, by a couple posing as a bride and groom who are newly married. The kindly people on the train give money to the fake couple, as an act of spontaneous generosity. Meanwhile, the factory worker finds out it was a con when he sees the "bride" on the train again, and she avoids him. In fact, she decides to avoid the whole business and sets to work as a waitress - she never did like her earlier existence. The factory worker eventually finds her in the restaurant after searching far and wide, for he has fallen in love with the woman. He also discovers that her ex-partner is working in a circus as a death-defying motorcyclist - a job that has a certain edge over work in the factory. Just when things were looking hopeful, the woman disappears from her waitressing job and the worker sets out again to find her on the trains, anxious to make an honest bride of her himself.
bride, commuter, con/scam, groom [bridegroom], love, marriage, romance, seduction, waiter