Strange Interlude

1932, Drama, 1h 50m

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Nina Leeds (Norma Shearer) loses the love of her life when he is killed in World War I. She marries the loyal Sam Evans (Alexander Kirkland), but immediately stops caring for him when she realizes that they cannot have children together. She eventually begins an extramarital romance with a doctor named Ned Darrell (Clark Gable), and they have a child, Gordon (Robert Young). The domineering Nina attempts to pass the child off as Sam's own, leading to years of tragic family dysfunction.

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  • Aug 30, 2009
    This movie was based on a play by Eugene O'Neill and probably worked much better as a play. The movie, despite such heavy-hitters as Gable, Shearer, and Robson, came across as an annoying soap-opera. The story bumps up the usual love-triangle into a quadrangle, which one could probably find flipping through day-time t.v. Even the actors, aside from the brief appearance of Robson, come across as daytime soap stars. The problem begins with the thought-dialogue that we get to hear, so we know what each of the characters are thinking. While said dialogue is in progress, the actors are standing there with weird, melodramatic looks on their faces. The upside to this movie? The cosmetic artistry used to age the characters was impressive.
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