Easy Virtue (1928) is a silent film directed by Alfred Hitchcock, and loosely based on a play by Noël Coward.
The heroine Larita (Isabel Jeans) is married to a drunken brute. After he catches her almost being seduced by the artist who has been painting her picture, he brings suit for divorce on the grounds of adultery. Since she is now a disgraced woman of "easy virtue", Larita takes to the French Riviera where she meets and marries a rich younger man, John Whittaker (Robin Irvine). She doesn't tell him about her past and they return to England to meet his family. His mother strongly disapproves of her, suspecting Larita of immorality.
Larita's past comes to light and she decides to allow John to divorce her so he can marry Sarah, a local girl whom his mother had in mind as a suitable match.
Alfred Hitchcock's cameo is a signature occurrence in almost all of Hitchcock's films. He can be seen walking past a tennis court carrying a walking stick at about 15 minutes into the film.