Bette Davis became a star with her role in the best film adaptation of Somerset Maughan's novel & received an Oscar nomination for her portrayal of Mildred Rogers; a tawdry sluttish cockney waitress who bewitches hapless Philip Carey (Leslie Howard). Philip a failed art student with a clubfoot of which he is highly sensitive turning to the study of medicine after facing the fact that he has no artistic talent. Shortly thereafter he meets and quickly becomes obsessed with Mildred despite her sneering and obvious disdain for him because of his deformity. Her standard... response to his affectionate overtures is a chilly ""I don't mind."" In his dreams Mildred is sweet and kind to him; during real time she uses him well aware of his affection for her leaving him for other men and returning when she is down on her luck ruining his chance for having a career or a normal life with another woman; he seems to continually finds himself inexorably drawn to her even after his love for her has waned until the day she finally pushes him too far... [show more]
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