Synopsis by Sandra Brennan
In this comedy, a young woman is determined to spend a weekend with her lover before he takes off to Europe for his new job. Her mother, a devout feminist, disapproves of her daughter's plan. When her daughter learns that her mother had a similar youthful affair with a poet years before, she uses that to convince her mother to change her mind. The two spend their weekend, but nothing much happens until they return to find her family is in an uproar. The girl then heeds her grandmother's advice and travels with her lover across the Atlantic. While aboard the ship, the two get married.
family-strife, feminism, grandmother, love-affair, lover, weekend