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Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
Genre: Drama / Romance
Director(s): Mike Nichols
Release Date: 20 June 1966
Movie rating: 8.1
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What is the movie Edward Albee's Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? about?
Based on the play of the same name written by Edward Albee, “Who’s Afraid of Virginia Wolf?” was a big critical and commercial success when it appeared in 1966. The story unfolds on a New England college campus and focuses on the deteriorating, explosive relationship between George (Richard Burton), a history professor, and his alcoholic wife Martha (Elizabeth Taylor), daughter of the college president. They return late one night from one of Martha’s father’s gatherings, and Martha tells George she has invited a young couple for drinks. Nick and Honey – the couple - are soon there, and before they even walk through the door they are caught in the cross fire of George and Martha’s burning resentment towards one another. The night continues in the same fashion, with George and Martha taking every opportunity to trade insults, with Martha drunkenly advancing herself to Nick. The two couples go out dancing, but that hardly improves the mood of the night. At the dance bar Martha and George have a heated argument, and George is left to walk home with the other three driving away. George comes home to find Honey incapacitated from alcohol, and catches Martha in the act of love. After another heated argument, Nick and Honey leave and George and Martha are left all alone
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Javiera Vargha @ 23-Aug-2014 19:22 Report a spam

The film is a real roller-coaster from start to finish and I absolutely love it. Taylor and Burton are magic together and the plot roars headlong on; blink and you miss a savage comment or a stab of violence. This is my sort of film; fast-paced, great dialogue and it all takes place in just one evening. Taylor however is by far the best thing in it and I urge anyone who hasn't seen it to watch it, if not for her performance alone.

Betty Duffin @ 23-Aug-2014 19:21 Report a spam

This is one of the most powerfully written and acted movies I have ever seen. I was emotionally drained at the end and could not imagine how actors could have done this on Broadway night after night. The terrible verbal inhumanities Taylor and Burton inflicted on each other were done so well, one never knew what was truth and what was game. A must see if you can handle such a well acted but emotionally traumatic film.

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