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Helen Hunt's character was not at all after Mark Umbers - she is in fact the mother of his wife (his wife thinks her mother is dead).

Might help if reveiwers watched ALL of the movie?

Actually, the movie evolved into a mildly sophisticated and for those of us who appreciate OW's wonderful dialogue, there are a few lines well delivered that sparked a giggle or two.

Helen Hunt just did not seem like a femme fatal, although her gently, sympathetic style of acting is not exactly unwatchable. She can act, but OS requires an edge that is hard to get right. Paulette Goddard made the same mistake in AN Ideal Husband, another of OS's works.


Did you, QB, sense any intention of screwing up Wilde's play? That would be preposterous, I think. :-)

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