Description:00 03 20 00 United States. The 20s. In house of rustic, typical fisherman. Contorted man who speaks, Walter Long. Close-up young lady, in the languishing and plaintive glance, Marguerite De La Motte. She is of use some coffee to the guests sat around the table, but by clumsiness, by making big ample gestures, Walter Long brings down him the coffeepot. He ill-treats the conjugal young lady, violence, threatens to strike her, injustice and male chauvinism. He holds on and sits down again. Two men sat in front of rustic fireplace attends the scene and denigrates Walter Long because very boorish with his wife. Suddenly, a fisherman enters and prevents everybody, urgency. They get up all and go out. Alert. De La Motte helps her husband to get dressed, it forces to kiss itself her, she resists, abuse of power. Very macho. He tears away him a kiss. He puts his polished raincoat and goes out. De La Motte dries itself the mouth of disgust. She seems sad and unfortunate.