- Director: Brian G. Hutton
- Writer: Edna O'Brien
- Producer: Jay Kanter; Elliott Kastner
Seemingly, Hutton gave up directing to become a plumber.
Taylor does her usual.
Caine does his usual.
And, John Standing's gay character is offensive - as is the whole film.
A film that has not a shred of a recognisable reality.
Zee and Robert Blakeley are members of swinging London's upper crust whose unique love-hate marriage heads towards destruction when Robert falls in love with a beautiful young widow named Stella, and Zee goes through a series of scheming adventures to break Robert and Stella up.