For Evan Smithson, the illegitimate son of Guy Trent, the years have served only to sharpen his desire for vengeance against his father's family. Consumed by his cold fury, he leaves many of his daughter Carrie's questions unanswered. But the grudge he bears is old and the new generation of Trents and Smithsons have an agenda of their own. Carrie turns to Jamie, the grandson and heir of Guy Trent, in an attempt to understand her history, and with her father seemingly unable to stop them, they fall in love.
But, for Evan, his daughter's happiness is a price well worth paying. He stands between the lovers. Carrie believes that Jamie has deserted her and, in desperation, marries Lloyd Foster -- only to discover, too late, that her father has deceived her. Carrie's husband takes her to London, to Paris, even to India -- but however great the distance between them, her memory of Jamie never fades...
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Margaret Dickinson is a freelance filmmaker and critic (""Sight and Sound, Screen"") who was closely involved with political and avant-garde film in the '70s and '80s.
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