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The film is based on a novel. It is about an American Army volunteer confronts a British beautiful nurse on the eve of the offensive in the Alps. In no time, they fall in love and then they decide to escape to Switzerland to await the birth of their son. Suddenly, a tragedy happens to them.
Perhaps what is most irritating about the film is that too many times an exciting scene of Hemingway's is shucked out in favor of a distressingly inferior one invented (if I may indulge the Muse a moment) by Ben Hecht, who is responsible for the script.
Selznick's last film as producer is a vastly disappointing remake of the superior 1932 version of Hemingway's novel, a sentimental, overblown production with stiff performances from Rock Hudson and Jennifer Jones.