**Part of the Best Picture Project**
Another CinemaScope drama, Love is a Many-Splendored Thing, is a film centered around two lovers, one American, the other Eurasian, and the taboo that comes with their multiracial love.
For its time, it is a pretty progressive drama, and while today it might seem tame considering the woman herself is mixed race, it's still a drama full of potential for great conflict and social commentary. Unfortunately, while these things are slightly prevalent in the film, they aren't reached to their full potential.
I'll avoid recounting the story, but while the film keeps talking about the conflicts the two leads love comes with, we see very little action against it. It's here where the film…