Marriage training film dramatizing a partnership too fraught with conflicts to survive. Produced as part of a post-World War II initiative to make marriages more sustainable in the face of postwar dislocation. An unusually literate, neo-realist film produced by a talented group of documentarians. A series of films based on the textbook "Marriage for Moderns," by Henry A. Bowman. Director: Willard Van Dyke. Writer: H. Partnow (pseudonym for blacklisted screenwriter Millard Lampell). Cameraman: Peter Glushanok. Editor: Aram Boyajian. Production Manager: Howard Turner. Producer: Irving Jacoby. With Ken McCannon (Ken) and Nancy Todd (Winnie). Produced on the campuses of Stephens College and the University of Missouri, Columbia, Mo., and in the surrounding country.