Mary Marshall (Ginger Rogers) is allowed home on parole for Christmas after accidentally killing her boss. On the train she meets Sergeant Morgan (Joseph Cotten), who is suffering from shell-shock. Over the holidays the pair fall in love, but the problems from their respective pasts return to plague them.
United Kingdom released, PAL/Region 0 DVD: LANGUAGES: English ( Dolby Digital Stereo ), SPECIAL FEATURES: Black & White, Interactive Menu, Scene Access, SYNOPSIS: Ginger Rogers gives a dramatic performance in this moving romantic drama in which a woman named Mary Marshall, who was convicted of manslaughter (she defended herself when her lecherous boss attempted to rape her and she accidentally killed him), is granted a ten-day furlough for Christmas to visit relatives. Once out, she encounters a shell-shocked vet (Joseph Cotten) on leave from the VA psych ward on a train. The unstable vet has been allowed out by his doctors to see if he is ready to function in normal society. At first, the vet is nervous around Mary, but something clicks and she invites him to stay at her house during their respective breaks. Together they attempt to have a happy Christmas while dealing with the vet's problems. At first Mary keeps her own past and troubles to herself, but as they begin falling in love, she decides to tell him the whole story. In this way, the two reconcile their pasts and move closer toward forming a relationship. ...I'll Be Seeing You ( Double Furlough ) ( With All My Heart (I Will Be Seeing You) )