Irene Guarry gives an infatuated young man an innocent kiss, a gesture that leads to jealousy, death and an explosive murder trial. A bit much for a single kiss, you may think -- unless the lips belong to screen goddess Greta Garbo. In her last silent film, Garbo is pure and sensual, playful and tragic, cool and ardent. And Lew Ayres, whose distinguished career would include All Quiet on the Western Front and the Dr. Kildare movies, impresses in his first major screen role as the recipient of Garbo's tenderness. Give yourself over to the magic of Garbo and discover what really happened the night of The Kiss.