Synopsis by Hal Erickson
Though produced by Supreme Pictures and distributed by Artclass, the poverty-row sex drama Pleasure is neither supreme, arty, nor classy. Conway Tearle stars as a wealthy, conservative author who is saddled with libertine wife Carmel Myers. Bored by her husband, Myers inaugurates an affair with Paul Page, Tearle's starving-artist brother. In true "tit for tat" fashion, Tearle subsequently falls in love with Page's model, Lina Basquette. Even at 53 minutes, Pleasure moves with the swiftness of molasses; its main purpose seemed to be to extend the careers of several former silent-film favorites.
brother, extramarital-affair, love-triangle, modeling, writing