Gerald Hutton and his lovely wife Diana grow suspicious of one another through (false) circumstantial evidence. At a lawyer's suggestion "they agree to live separately together." Very soon, both regret agreeing not to speak to one another. Written by
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Turner Classic Movies showed a version with a piano score on the soundtrack, and running 13 minutes. See more
The married couple's separation agreement is shown in close-up, with both signatures in place. Then the husband and wife are each shown signing it. See more
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Edited into Women Who Made the Movies