35mm, rewatched. Two moments, linked to Joan Fontaine, are magnificent: when she knows by telephone her husband's bigamy situation and the end in court. In both, the camera does a backward traveling, delivering the character to a spatiality of (her) anguish. The rest is a classic film about an unusual theme in the time of Hays code, made by an alternative studio. Ida Lupino is my favorite actress of this period.
One of Lupinos weaker efforts, something about this one just feels off. I think its more an issue of casting than a bad script/direction. Worth a look though if a Lupino fan, as I am. The only time she directed herself.