re: COCKTAILS WITH GEORGE AND MARTHA: Movies, Marriage and the Making of “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?”
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Posted by: lordofspeech 09:17 pm EST 02/12/24
In reply to: re: COCKTAILS WITH GEORGE AND MARTHA: Movies, Marriage and the Making of “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Woolf?” - AlanScott 08:54 pm EST 02/12/24

It’s hard to tell from the review if it’s a good or thorough book. I wonder of there’s much about the Uta Hagen production. Hard to tell. Some book, maybe the biography of that director, had a lot to say about their backstage drama. Oh well. I still adore the play.
And the film has wonderful set pieces, like when George goes to get the fake gun. I like Taylor in it very much, though, as is often the case, her voice has limits (especially in comparison to Hagen’s Shakespearean majesty).
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