The legendary Katharine Hepburn casts a long shadow over James Prideaux's lightweight tale of sense and celebrity.
Best-selling author Laura Lansing (Katharine Hepburn) rubs shoulders with the rich and famous, which may be why her Manhattan publisher, Larry
Baumgartner (Lee Richardson), worries that Laura has lost touch with her great unwashed public. Sales are down and Larry rejects Laura’s latest manuscript, suggesting that she's had a good run and it might be time to retire. Larry bets Laura wouldn’t last a week among the hoi polloi, and Laura both accepts the dare and agrees to stop writing if she can't hack living like a regular person… no restorative...