Not Rated | | Drama
A bitter, aging couple, with the help of alcohol, use a young couple to fuel anguish and emotional pain towards each other.
In a 1998 interview with the Hollywood Reporter Jack Valenti recalled being locked in battle with three powerful Hollywood men - Jack L. Warner, Ben Kalmenson (Warner's right-hand man) and attorney Louis Nizer - over content in Virginia Woolf; specifically the words "hump the hostess" and "screw." Valenti said, "Kalmenson was a foul-talking guy; every other word he uttered had four letters. They played the good cop/bad cop on me. I got out of that meeting and said to Louis: 'This is ridiculous. We've got to do something about that.'"
What a dump.
As George and Nick are coming back into the house from their scene in the garden, Nick's shadow on the porch is seen to suddenly disappear just before George enters the shot.
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