Feature Film | War Drama | USA | English & Japanese | 1h48m
Dir: John Huston | Scr: John Lee Mahin & John Huston | Novel: Charles Shaw | Ph: Oswald Morris | Prod: Buddy Adler & Eugene Frenke | Mus: Georges Auric | Ed: Russell Lloyd | AD: Stephen Grimes | Cast: Deborah Kerr, Robert Mitchum
A shipwrecked US marine washes ashore a pacific island, and discovers that its only resident is one solitary nun. Out of necessity the two quickly bond, but thoughts of a hazardous raft journey to Fiji are soon dashed when a boatload of Japanese soldiers arrives, putting their immediate safety at risk. Still, despite the circumstances – or perhaps because of them – their relationship surprisingly threatens to develop romantically, in Huston’s entertaining Second World War drama. Kerr and in particular Mitchum in a very physical role both excel.