Friday, 29 July 2016

Smart Woman (1931)

A woman sets out to regain the affections of her cheating husband Donald Gibson after she returns from a trip to Paris, where she had to look after her sick mother.

Slight comedy, well-made with an adequate cast, quite modern in its depiction of sexual relationships, but it shows that it's an adaptation of a stage play.

Maltin***: "Highly amusing, sophisticated comedy-drama of sexual politics."

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