The Man in Grey Reviews
it then cuts to flashbacks about the sweet, loving, beautiful and rich clarissa richmond who was vacting at a girls finishing school at the time she met and befriended the bitter, twisted and poor hesther snow.
clarissa snow is pressured into marrying teh wealthy but cruel marquis of rohan or "the man in grey"; she leads a troubled life for a few years and then intertwines again with hesther snow who is now an actress, it is through their meeting that she makes a friendship and undenying bond with a charming, handsome and respectable actor.
however through it all hesther finds he way into clarissa's home and plots to take it all. with a thrilling, shocking but also with an uplifting ounce of hope following the love of clarissa and how future generations and fate can play out.
a wounderful film, which may seem slow in parts, but with a brilliant ending and message in a way, its all worth while. also with brillaint perfomances from Mason, Calvert, Lockwood and Granger showing how british dramas should be made, a nice classic which is one to be seen, even if only once.