Synopsis by Hal Erickson
The blind goddess is justice, which may or may not be served in this British second feature. Eric Portman plays the private secretary to a celebrated public figure (Hugh Williams). Portman holds his boss in an esteem that borders on hero worship. But when his idol is brought into court, the secretary quickly learns that the Great Man is waist-deep in political corruption. Blind Goddess was based on a stage play by Patrick Hastings.
British, political-corruption, secretary, trial [courtroom]