Problems between the generations serve as the theme for this screen adaptation of a John Van Druten play, which proved more successful onstage than as a film. Young and Perry are the children of Stone and Crews, who rebel against their parents' staid conservatism. Young's desire is to be a
painter, so he goes to Paris to study under a great artist. When he learns he really has no talent, he returns home for a more traditional lifestyle. While in Paris he manages a quick affair with Loy, which doesn't amount to much. Perry gets herself involved with a married man, who eventually
divorces his wife and marries Perry. She then goes about structuring her life much the s...