Though this film version of the literate, witty play by Noel Coward is tame by comparison, the "Lubitsch Touch" is very much in evidence. March, an apprentice playwright, and Cooper, a young painter, meet commercial artist Hopkins on a Paris-bound train, immediately falling in love with
her. When she can't decide which one she loves, she creates a "design for living," one where a menage a trois
situation takes place. It's all platonic, but March and Cooper begin to show jealousies that lead to nasty confrontations. Hopkins finally gets fed up and marries stuffed shirt Horton,
going to NYC with him to settle down. But she is bored to tears within a year and w...