'Winifred Shotter plays a piquantly contrasted role of a lovely and ultra modern young woman who suddenly adopts the pose of a demure Victorian miss, dons crinolines, and becomes coy. All this is designed to attract the attention of a handsome expert in antiques who arrives to inspect the country vicarage. She finds herself introduced to Mayfair as the latest craze, and succeeds in converting society to crinolines with delightfully comic results. Then arises the problem of whether to keep up the pose, or confess and risk shattering her romance with the young man.'
Source: 'Lilies of the Field', Advertiser, 26 January 1935, p.17.