Colombe and her husband Julian come to the theatre to ask his actress mother for help because he is going into the army. She gets the beautiful Colombe a part in her play. Colombe is successful as an actress and many of the men in the company including Julian's brother try to make love to her, some with apparent success. Julian comes home on leave after he has been told of her unfaithfulness. He accuses her and although she admits her indiscretions, she maintains that they have nothing to do with her love for him. Indeed he is blamed by almost everyone in the play for being overly moral.
This report prepared by Jack Goodstein