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Suddenly Last Summer
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Suddenly Last Summer 1959

From Amazon: This black-and-white film adaptation of Tennessee Williams's Southern gothic play is perhaps more famous for the rumored off-screen shenanigans of its stars than for its over-the-top repressed sexuality (only Williams could pull off that paradox, and pull it off he does). Supposedly, stars Katharine Hepburn and Elizabeth Taylor battled for screen time; Hepburn warred very publicly with director Joseph Mankiewicz; and a postaccident Montgomery Clift relied heavily on painkillers and support from friend Taylor during the grueling shoot. Even this, however, cannot top the events of the film itself, revolving around the unseen playboy Sebastian...

Directed By:
No image existsJoseph L. Mankiewicz
Written By:
No image existsGore Vidal
No image existsElizabeth Taylor
No image existsKatharine Hepburn
No image existsMontgomery Clift
No image existsMercedes McCambridge
No image existsAlbert Dekker

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Suddenly Last Summer Movie Review by Clayton (2/23/2012)

Regardless of its big-name cast and its considerable-sized budget, I view Suddenly Last Summer as one of the worst and most horrible-minded movies of all-time.

When it comes to movies that are deemed as strictly "adult" in their subject matter, I'm no prude, but, still, I consider this ugly-minded film, that generously...

(complete Suddenly Last Summer review by Clayton)

Suddenly Last Summer Movie Review by BillyBob (2/4/2008)

The year is 1959. You'll really need to keep this time-frame in mind if you choose to watch this flick. Suddenly Last Summer(or SLS for short) was released in an era that gloated over its power to censor mainstream movies. Movies of this period were under the jurisdiction of the Hays Code which censored any film that...

(complete Suddenly Last Summer review by BillyBob)

Suddenly Last Summer Movie Review by Jessica Film Junkie (5/20/2007)

A bizarre and twisted screen version of the Tennessee Williams play about an obsessive wealthy mother, Violet (Katharine Hepburn), who cannot digest the fact of her son's death and instead blames it on her niece, Catherine (Elizabeth Taylor). The story reveals itself under the guise of therapy sessions with Dr. Cukrowicz...

(complete Suddenly Last Summer review by Jessica Film Junkie)

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