This slow-moving love story marks one of the rare Goldwyn pictures that lacked a central driving force. It was Gregg Toland's last photographic job before his death, and the look of the film far outweighs the content. Fifty years in the life of a London home is the theme. The address is 99
Wiltshire Place and the action, such as it is, occurs between 1894 and 1944. Teresa Wright is an orphan taken into the house to be a sister to Meadows, Niven, and Friend. When their father dies, Meadows' hatred for Wright emerges. Wright is in love with Niven, but he's not certain if he shares
that love for her. Who is
certain is brother Friend--as is wealthy Italian Strud...