Synopsis by Janiss Garza
Paul Bern became more well known as an MGM producer under Irving Thalberg than he did as a director, but had he stuck to directing, he probably would have been a major success there too. Bern approached this simple domestic comedy-drama with a sophisticated touch. The Stanleys, Judith and Robert (Agnes Ayers and Pat O'Malley), have been married for a year and their annoying little habits are starting to get on each other's nerves. Judith ignores the wise advice her grandmother (Ruby Lafayette) gives her and almost loses her husband to one of his former sweethearts, Bess Carlyle (Jane Winton). When Judith finds out that Robert has visited Bess, she sues for divorce and goes to Europe while waiting for the decree to become final. But while she's away she realizes that she still loves her husband, and Grandma urges her to return home, since he is getting ready to wed Bess. Judith rushes back to the States where she reconciles with Robert -- with Grandma's help.
divorce, first-love, grandmother, husband, love, love-triangle, reconciliation, seduction, separation