The Strange Love of Martha Ivers
In 1928, young heiress Martha Ivers (Barbara Stanwyck) fails to run off with friend Sam Masterson (Van Heflin), and is involved in fatal events. Years later, Sam returns to find Martha the power behind Iverstown and married to "good boy" Walter O'Neil (Kirk Douglas), now a District Attorney. At first, Sam is more interested in displaced blonde Toni Marachek (Lizabeth Scott) than in his boyhood friends, but they draw him into a convoluted web of plotting and cross-purposes.
The Strange Love of Martha Ivers Solarmovie review
When I saw The Strange Love of Martha Ivers, I was impressed - to be honest, I really liked the movie. The film The Strange Love of Martha Ivers is the story of a small part of the life of an ordinary person, performed by an outstanding actor and conducted by an outstanding director Lewis Milestone. An excellently tailored film of the genre Drama - the acting is mesmerizing, the direction and camera work delights. To summarize, it seems to me that very few such high-quality films came out in 1946. First of... Show more