After scoring so strongly in BILL OF DIVORCEMENT Hepburn took it on the chin from many of the critics for her second feature, CHRISTOPHER STRONG. The reviews were equally divided; those who hated her in her debut loved this film and the reverse was also true. Hepburn is Lady Cynthia
Darrington, a high-spirited Amelia Earhart aviatrix-type who is so busy piloting that she has no time for men and is still a virgin. In a 1930s "cute-meet" she is introduced to Colin Clive, a happily married man who has never cheated on his wife. His life has been deeply colored by his political
career and he has had no time for dallying, not that he'd want to. Then he meets Hepburn and...