1968, 113m, 35mm, UK

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Screened June 28–29, 2018

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Skirting camp, Taylor is not inconceivably cast as a volatile much-married millionairess with health issues; bodyguard Michael Dunn, aide Joanna Shimkus, and waspish psychic Noël Coward ponder poet Richard Burton’s motives in sidling up to her. Tennessee Williams adapted his own play The Milk Train Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore, with the high-end film version shot on mouth-watering Sardinia locations by legendary cinematographer Douglas Slocombe.

A film by Joseph Losey