one way passage
Genre: Romantic Drama
Director: Tay Garnett
Starring: William Powell, Kay Francis, Aline MacMahon, Warren Hymer, Frank McHughIn Brief: The classic doomed lovers/shipboard romance movie, Tay Garnett's One Way Passage (1932) is a perfect blend of romantic tragedy and hard-boiled comedy — and, yes, the two do fit together. The two elements perfectly complement each other in a way you find in very few films. The basic story is that William Powell and Kay Francis meet by accident in a Hong Kong bar. What he doesn't know is he's about to be captured on a murder rap. What she doesn't know is she's dying of a heart condition. What neither know is that they're going back to America on the same ship. What you don't know is that works beautifully — even if it sounds contrived.
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