Suffering from fatigue, General Savage is ordered to take leave and decides to pay a visit to sunny Scotland. On his way, he repeatedly bumps into a female British officer, Ann Macrae, who is returning to her home - accidental encounters that become increasingly awkward. Naturally, their animosity slowly turns to grudging tolerance, and then to fondness on the way to true affection. Against his better judgment, Savage finds himself falling in love, and Macrae is caught in the same web. Unfortunately, she is hiding a secret that will cast a terrible shadow over their budding relationship.
Did You Know?
The line about 'the fountain of tears' that Dana Wynter
quotes is from a poem of the same name ("Fountain of Tears") by Arthur William Edgar O'Shaughnessy. See more
When Savage goes upstairs to see Ann, the clock on the wall says it's 1:15. A short time later the doctor goes upstairs and the same clock displays 10:10. See more