A delightful comedy with all the sophistication that Cukor could muster, the famous Barry play is enhanced by the fine talents of Hepburn and Grant. She's a rich socialite who wants to experience the newness of life high and low, to taste all the extraordinary pleasures and exult in them.
Her sister Nolan is engaged to Grant, an unlikely husband-to-be. He is the poor boy from the wrong side of the tracks, and Nolan's love for him includes an ambition to have him go into her father's bank and rise through the ranks. He wants nothing of the kind and refuses to conform to Nolan's
dictates. After some zany confrontations, they break it off, but before Grant can vanish ...