Adapted from the prize-winning Broadway play that featured two people and a four-poster bed, in which the couple enacts their marriage, from its day in 1897, until he dies, some time after ...
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Adapted from the prize-winning Broadway play that featured two people and a four-poster bed, in which the couple enacts their marriage, from its day in 1897, until he dies, some time after she has died from cancer. It is a "love" that endured wars, an "other" woman, and the death of their favorite son. The episodes are bridged and linked by cartoon sequences done by UPA (United Productions of America.)Written by
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This was the only film that made me leave the movie theater during the session, by being definitively bored. It was by 1957, I was 11 and lived in a small town where I used to see all kind of films, 4 or 5 films a week, enjoying from USA musicals and westerns, Mexican and dramas to Italian neo realism and french sex ones. I remember that, no matter Rex Harrison and Lili Palmer were respected actors, the film was to much static and absolutely theatrical, with endless dialogues. 50 years late, I read these much favorable and sensitive comments about it and become very very curious to see it again, as an aged man and yet a great fan of the movie art.
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