Forrest is on his way to the seminary when he meets and falls for Baxter, a nightclub singer with a shady past. But since Forrest is about to take the final priestly vows, his concern for Baxter is humanitarian rather than sexual. She is a bad girl, having killed her married lover, and so
represents a particularly dangerous temptation for the young priest. Will the pleasures of the flesh override the vows? It all takes place in France, and the Parisian backgrounds lend some interest to these standard proceedings. In the end, Forrest opts for the cloth and Baxter, in a rare moment
of self-sacrifice, walks out to face the waiting guns of the killers who've been chasi...