A writer, an actor and the actor's wife are immersed in a love triangle, set against the backdrop of McCarthy era "blacklisting"; the actor's testimony sends the writer to prison, during which time he writes a play about betrayal, producing it upon his release with the actor starring in the lead role. Written by
Redemption is Born of Betrayal...
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Several scenes in the film are shot as staged set pieces, as a homage to the theatre and teleplays of the '50s, and as a metaphor which signifies the characters' lives within those performing art forms. See more