Synopsis by Hal Erickson
The economical Columbia programmer A Woman's Way benefits from the presence of such pros as Margaret Livingston, Warner Baxter and Armand Kaliz. Set in Paris, the story concentrates on the romantic triangle involving cabaret singer Livingston, bon vivant Baxter and petty crook Kaliz. Livingston's liaison with Kaliz ends in tragedy when the law finally catches up with him on the rooftops of Paree. This leaves a clear field for Baxter, but is he the right man for the heroine? Considering that the Columbia back lot was, in the words of one actress, "no bigger than a pie plate," the Parisian atmosphere is quite successfully conveyed.