Reflections in a Golden Eye (1967)

Not Rated   |    |  Drama, Romance, Thriller

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Bizarre tale of sex, betrayal, and perversion at a military post.




  • "Reflections in a Golden Eye" Elizabeth Taylor and Brian Keith 1967 Warner Bros.
  • "Reflections in a Golden Eye" Marlon Brando
  • "Reflections in a Golden Eye" Elizabeth Taylor and Marlon Brando 1967 Warner Bros.
  • Marlon Brando and Elizabeth Taylor in Reflections in a Golden Eye (1967)
  • "Reflections in a Golden Eye" Marlon Brando, Elizabeth Taylor
  • Marlon Brando in "Reflections in a Golden Eye"

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14 March 2006 | valadas
| A sensual cat
In an army barracks where life seems to go on with apparent naturalness there takes place a human drama of lust, adultery and repressed homosexuality in which Elizabeth Taylor, that sensual cat, moves herself like a fish in a pond. She is married to a major (Marlon Brando) but has an established affair with a colonel (Brian Keith) since her husband seems not to accomplish with his marital duties, being a repressed homosexual feeling himself attracted against his will to a private soldier (Robert Forster). The colonel is married to a neurotic woman who has a filipino servant (Zorro David) who makes a curious character indeed in his devotion to his mistress. This story develops itself in a calm way interrupted here and there by only a few outbursts of emotion and violence when repressed feelings explode. It's not a masterpiece but a movie that portrays with enough truth and authenticity a lot of human actions and reactions, making it worth to be seen. I think however that Montgomery Clift who was first designed to perform the role of Major Penderton would have done it much better than Marlon Brando since he was a much more sensitive kind of actor in his performances.

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