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U.S., 1959
Directed by Joseph L. Mankiewicz
Starring Montgomery Clift, Elizabeth Taylor, Katharine Hepburn
Based on the 1958 play by Tennessee Williams
DCP. Approx. 114 minutes.

Shrink Monty 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.

Reviews

“Madness, homosexuality, prostitution, incest, disease and cannibalism, enough imagery to sustain an American Lit seminar for months.”
Time Out

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