Invisible Woman, The
Rating = B-
This is the story of Charles Dickens and his mistress. He is pretty cruel to his wife, who doesn't understand him and with whom there is no longer any love. His mistress does understand him, and he doesn't want to live the rest of his life without love. The mistress goes into the relationship more or less willingly (she doesn't have other good options), but in the time the relationship cannot be public knowledge although friends and everyone in both families know about it. After his death, she has this secret she cannot admit as she moves on with her life and with a man she marries.