One of the few really weak films in Nicholas Ray's otherwise brilliant career. Even the acting is not very good, compared to In a Lonely Place, in which Ray's then wife-actress Gloria Grahame also stars.
| Original Score: C
The tidied up gem of a mess still gives off an awful stink.
| Original Score: B-
There's too much unintended mystery about A Woman's Secret for it to be anything but spotty entertainment.
It is hard to believe that a film directed by Ray and written by Mankiewicz could be anything less than brilliant.
| Original Score: 2/4
Entertaining, and less routine than it sounds.
An early gem from Ray, who would undoubtedly go on to greater things, but who, at the very least, shows promise here.
Nicholas Ray directed it, though his touch is apparent only in the handling of the unstable Grahame character; otherwise, it's probably his stodgiest, driest piece of work.