Falsely accused of infidelity by her loutish husband, a society woman is dragged through the courts—and the mud—in this adaptation of a Noël Coward play. Among the many Hitchcockian flourishes: a telephone marriage proposal communicated solely through the facial expressions of the switchboard operator. “Pure Hitchcock, its combination of conciseness and idiosyncrasy demonstrate his mastery of silent narration” (Time Out London).
by pianist Stephen
Stephen Horne has long been considered one of the leading silent film accompanists. Based at London's BFI Southbank, he has recorded music for DVD releases, BBC TV screenings and museum installations of silent films.