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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A true classic...maybe my favorite of all Bette Davis' movies

    This story is an amazing story of a woman who overcomes her mother's oppression to blossom and love compassionately, fully and without hidden motivation. She manages to pass on what she has learned to another in her previous position in life...unloved and oppressed. If you have ever felt unloved or not wanted, this movie will bring tears to your eyes. The dialog is incredible. There are some amazing exchanges between characters that need to be played again and again to hear all the nuances of the conversation. The acting by Bette Davis, Claude Rains and all the supporting cast is outstanding. Costumes and scenery are so well thought out and support the story well.

    This movie brings to the screen a very special kind of love that is not found often. Classic movies like this are rare. Viewers will enjoy the subleties of this movie that speak volumes more than the movies of today.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Far Fetched??

    This classic hails from the days when lovers could sleep together fully dressed, never consummating their love, and when doctors could do just what they felt was best for their patients without fear of being sued. Halcyon days indeed, before political correctness and post modernism coloured society's views of just what ethics might be. This film portrays with devastating accuracy 1. Some of the emotions that are stirred in a nervous breakdown 2. Some of the unintentioned trauma caused by a parent's failure to see things through a child's eyes 3. Some of the pain which kindness can inflict. Depending on which side of a breakdown you are, you may not appreciate the first of these points. In writing the second, I am thinking of not of the domineering mother, but the anguished father. And for the third, how many wives will never understand what a husband may have tried to be to them.

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    Posted February 10, 2010

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