Honor Among Lovers | Chicago Reader

Honor Among Lovers

A 1931 comedy made on the Lubitsch model by Dorothy Arzner—at the time, the only woman director working at a major studio. Arzner's films have inspired a fair amount of special pleading: they're not very good, but some British feminists have discovered a “female discourse” running through them. Here said discourse tells the story of a private secretary (Claudette Colbert) who has to choose between an affair with her boss (Fredric March) or marriage to a poor but honest boy (Monroe Owsley). 75 min.

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