An all-star collection of cameos is dominant in this remake of the French film LE VOILE BLEU in which a governess, Wyman, loses her husband and child during WW I and uses the rest of her life to take care of other people's offspring. Despite the surprisingly mawkish script by the
normally unstinting Corwin, Wyman manages to make what might have been laughable material into a believable and dignified character. It's very episodic, following Wyman as she goes from home to home, bringing a little sunshine everywhere she goes. Laughton is a rich manufacturer who hires her to
care for his motherless son. He soon falls in love with Wyman, but she rejects him, and he marr...