The Three Faces of Eve Movie Review 1957

Information and Film Reviews for The Three Faces of Eve the Movie

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Emotionally disturbed Eve (Woodward) seeks the help of psychiatrist Dr. Luther (Cobb), who eventually discovers she has three distinct personalities: a downtrodden housewife, a party girl, and a well-educated, well-balanced woman. So Luther decides to integrate all three into one Eve. Although Woodward gives a powerful performance, the film has dated badly, particularly the narration by Cooke, which gives the film a now-stilted air. Although the film is fact-based, the story was deemed too implausible for the public to believe at the time without the assurances of the narrator.

Distribution

Baker & Taylor Inc., 2709 Water Ridge Pkwy., Ste. 500, Charlotte, NC 28217, Phone: (704)357-3500, Toll-free: 800-775-1800, Email: btinfo@btol.com, URL: http://www.btol.com

Available on VHS
Running time 91 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Shrinks, True Stories, Sanity Check, Torn in Two (or More), You are Getting Sleepy!
Screenplay
Nunnally Johnson
Cast
Joanne Woodward, David Wayne, Lee J. Cobb, Nancy Kulp, Edwin Jerome, Vince Edwards
Cinematography
Stanley Cortez
Director
Nunnally Johnson
Music
Robert Emmett Dolan
Other
Alistair Cooke
Producer
Fox

Awards

Oscars 1957: Actress (Woodward); Golden Globes 1958: Actress--Drama (Woodward).

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