One of those rare movies that is far better than the play from which it was adapted. Based on Norman Krasna's Broadway flop, "Kind Sir," the movie is a frothy, often funny, diversion. Bergman, who proved her expertise in comedy with this performance, is a rich actress living in regal
London luxury. Her sister, Calvert, and brother-in-law, Parker, introduce her to Grant, a financial genius who has come to London for a NATO dinner. Grant is a lifelong bachelor who masquerades as a married man to keep his single status secure. Grant tells Bergman that he's married, wich is fine
with her. She has no interest in getting married and no compunctions about having an affair...