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It gets points for trying something that Robert Altman would popularize many decades later: several conversations at a crowded place (this time, a beauty parlor) going on all at once, the audience only hearing snippets of each. But overall the script is too scattershot, if directed with some flair by Richard Boleslawski. Madge Evans is attractive, Una Merkel is cute (the most surprising scene in the movie is a short mouth-to-mouth kiss between them!), but Otto Kruger lacks magnetism as the romantic lead. **1/2 out of 4.
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