Daughter Monica had some nerve!!
I just so enjoyed this movie, seeing lovely young Kate H., but the characters drove me nuts! The title hero, Christopher, has a face that never changes sorry, Colin), you never know what he's feeling about, well, anything. And his daughter really had some balls, tearing around with another woman's husband, whom she ultimately steals, and then scolding Hepburn's character for hurting a woman's who's "an angel". Hmmm..... Billie Burk's character went from snippy and condescending to wistful and grateful. Blah! Kate's Lady Darrington (what an apropos name!)writes a letter about her pregnancy, then writes how it will never be seen---however, I never saw her tear it up. And then, as she realizes what she's doing by ripping off her oxygen mask (just before she gets "the bends"), she tries to put it on again, but can't. And plummets to her and her unborn child's death. I felt very sad at that point. The woman who could do anything, decides to just end it all. And then, we see the tiny paragraph below the big article about Lady Darrington's death, blithely telling that Lord and Lady Strong were headed for America. *sigh* (I thought Baby Darling wanted Mummsy to stay for her whole pregnancy?)
Anyway, I think they messed up, titling this movie the way they did, but it's a little late now. Like, 80 years too late.