The 1927 fictional film, directed by Alfred Hitchcock and starring Isabel Jeans, Franklin Dyall and Eric Bransby Williams, is a study of the harsh effects of being judged by society even in the case of an innocent heroine charged with infidelity by her drunken husband. The heroine exposes her struggles of being a woman of "easy virtue" through biting flashbacks that show off impressive narrative flair and contradicting perceptions.
The Hitchcock 9: Easy Virtue
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