SUDDENLY, LAST SUMMER
Saturday, October 4 – Sunday, October 5
(1959, Joseph L. Mankiewicz) Shrink Montgomery Clift probes hysteric Elizabeth Taylor’s wounded psyche, with stubborn opposition from the “hero’s” mother, Katharine Hepburn. Gore Vidal adapted from Williams’ one act play. Approx. 114 min. 35mm.
“Madness, homosexuality, prostitution, incest, disease and cannibalism, enough imagery to sustain an American Lit seminar for months.”
– Time Out (London)
Click here to read Melissa Anderson’s ArtForum feature on Elizabeth Taylor’s roles in Tennessee Williams’ films