A few kisses, including one of which the woman was resistant at first. On their wedding night because of a dispute over her dowry, bride and groom sleep separately, the groom on the floor in his sleeping bag and the bride in the bedroom. On another night, bride and groom are seen to be embracing. The next morning, it’s obvious from the groom’s demeanor exiting the bedroom that the marriage had been consummated that night.
A few minor comments that have a very slight sexual overtone e.g. upon seeing a large bed that has been broken, a character comments “Homeric!”


Film review:Translated by www.rabudo-ru.com


Thornton is a heavyweight champion. He killed his opponent with a fatal blow. From then on, he withdrew from the boxing world and returned to his hometown Ireland from the United States. He lived in seclusion between his hometown and didn’t care about the world. On his way home, he was shocked to meet Mary. He was ridiculed by coachman McLean as an illusion caused by thirst. Mary secretly helped Thornton clean up his ancestral property. Taking this expression, Thornton MacLean acted as a matchmaker, but Mary’s brother will blocked it more. Fortunately, father longnagan and reverend Prever helped him get married. Will liked the widow Tiran, so he asked Mary to marry. After the plot was found out, he became angry and only gave Mary a little dowry. Irish people are conservative. Mary thinks that withholding the dowry is an insult to her husband and often complains about asking for it back, but Thornton has no intention of competing for fame and wealth. Mary thinks her husband is a coward. She is afraid of being teased by the villagers and wants to flee her hometown. Thornton drags her back to her mother’s house and fights with will. Will is convinced by a fierce fight. Mary knows that her husband is not a coward, Let go of the past and make up as before

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