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The Killing of Sister George
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(Nov 27, 2018)
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Legendary director Robert Aldrich (The Dirty Dozen, The Grissom Gang) turns up the heat in this steamy, provocative and expertly executed movie starring Beryl Reid (Trial and Error) and Susannah York (The Maids, Gold). Sexy, sensitive and darkly humorous, The Killing of Sister George is a racy romp that's entertaining, explicit and sensational. June (Reid) is the star of a TV soap opera... and she has the ego to prove it. But when she begins to suspect that the network is planning to kill off her character—and that her boss is out to seduce her beautiful young lover (York)—June spirals out of control. And as she's transformed from demanding diva into hair-trigger harridan, TV's grandest of dames proves that underneath it all... she ain't no lady. Coral Browne (The Ruling Class) and Patricia Medina (Sangaree) co-stars in this classic drama with a dark sense of humor.
-NEW Audio Commentary by Film Historian Kat Ellinger
-NEW Audio Commentary with Film Historian David Del Valle and Actor/Filmmaker Michael Varrati
-NEW Interview with Lighting / Camera Operator Brian West
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A film ahead of its time in portraying life for lesbians in post-WWII and pre-Singing 60s England. Well-written, directed, and especially well-acted. Would we ever see such a great and compelling, emotional but intellectually sharp film that is absolutely owned by its all-female cast...today; in the 70s or 80s or 90s...in the future? No, not if people continue to ignore or undervalue this gem of a movie.
Worth owning as you will want to watch it more than once, as well as show it to or loan it to (you might never get it back!!!!) friends or family.