Sometimes amusing adaptation of the French play that Jay Presson Allen turned into a Broadway hit for David Merrick. Ullmann, a successful Manhattan realtor, is just turning 40 (she was actually 37 at the time and looked much younger) and on holiday in Greece, where she meets 20-year-old
Albert. They are attracted to each other and spend the night on the beach in each other's arms. Before he wakes, she exits and figures it was just an adventure and she'll never see him again. Back in New York, Albert turns up for a date with Ullmann's daughter, the radiant Raffin in her film
debut. Ullmann learns that Albert is a whiz-kid businessman from an excellent family, and U...