A Woman's Face

Synopsis: Anna Holm is a blackmailer, who because of a facial scar, despises everyone she encounters. When a plastic surgeon performs an operation to correct this disfigurement, Anna becomes torn between the hope of starting a new life, and a return to her dark past.
Director(s): George Cukor
Production: MGM Home Entertainment
 
IMDB:
7.2
Rotten Tomatoes:
100%
PASSED
Year:
1941
106 min
50 Views

...but I think Eric lives quite near me.

Don't you, Eric?

Just a few feet away.

[TORSTEN CHUCKLES]

Your pencil.

I'm sorry, Mr. Barring,

but I don't seem to have a pencil.

If you'll excuse me.

To our host.

ALL:

Our host.

May he reach heaven

before the final check arrives.

[ALL LAUGHING AND CHATTERING]

Ah, Mr. Barring.

- You enjoyed your dinner?

- I enjoyed my dinner.

Splendid. Splendid.

You see, Mr. Barring, l...

I see you no longer wish

to extend me credit.

Mr. Barring, if this were the first time,

or if it were I personally...

- You own the place, don't you?

- No, unfortunately.

I am but an employee.

Then tell your employer

that I want to find out...

...why the name of Barring

shouldn't be good...

...at a miserable after-hours roadhouse.

We are not operating this miserable

roadhouse for the benefit of names.

Even the name of Barring.

You are the proprietor?

In a way.

Excuse me. Have you something

in your eye? Might I help you?

It doesn't hurt, it's only a trick

I learned from a friend.

She had beautiful eyes too.

- Did she?

- Yes, and now just hold still.

There we are. Is that better?

This is a most generous gesture.

I never make generous gestures,

as these two will tell you.

Thank you very much, Miss Holm.

It's a name which might be

of assistance to you.

TORSTEN:

Oh, really?

In certain quarters where the name

of Barring has perhaps lost its magic.

Good night, Mr. Barring.

TORSTEN:

Good night...

...Miss Holm.

Charming lady.

Yes, isn't she?

Now I've seen everything.

- There you are.

- Thank you, sir.

- Tell me, are you married?

- Yes, Mr. Barring.

- Any children?

- A boy.

- And a girl.

- Uh-huh.

- And another on the way.

- Oh.

You love children.

I loathe them.

[CROWD LAUGHING]

- Let's all go dancing.

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Francis de Croisset

Francis de Croisset (French: [fʁɑ̃sis də kʁwasɛ]; born Franz Wiener, 28 January 1877 – 8 November 1937) was a Belgian-born French playwright and opera librettist. His opera librettos include Massenet's Chérubin (1905), based on his play of the same name, and Reynaldo Hahn's Ciboulette (1923). In 1910 he married Marie-Thérèse Bischoffsheim, the widow of banking heir Maurice Bischoffsheim and the daughter of Count and Countess Adhéaume de Chevigné. They had two children, Philippe and Germaine de Croisset. By this marriage de Croisset had a stepdaughter, the arts patron Marie-Laure de Noailles. The de Croissets' grandson Philippe de Montebello was director of the Metropolitan Museum of Art from 1977 until 2008. more…

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