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Elizabeth Taylor on Mike Nichols: He Freed Me

I knew specifics of film. I was aware of specificity, you know? I knew where the lights were or should be; I knew how to move around a set like I’d built it. I knew the lay of the land. But I had never…

Source: Elizabeth Taylor on Mike Nichols: He Freed Me

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8 comments on “Elizabeth Taylor on Mike Nichols: He Freed Me

  1. artbacchant
    06/15/2017

    One of my favorite films, and one I have watched countless times. Burton and Taylor are hypnotic, and the pacing is perfection.

    Liked by 1 person

  2. beetleypete
    06/15/2017

    That was a powerful film, but I think it worked so well because of their turbulent off-screen relationship. I also don’t rate her as an actress, but she was stunning to admire on screen.
    Best wishes, Pete. x

    Liked by 1 person

  3. hitandrun1964
    06/15/2017

    I thought she was great. She was open, kind and generous. She stood up for what she believed in. I loved watching her on screen and thought she was brilliant in this film.

    Liked by 1 person

    • First Night Design
      06/15/2017

      I agree with everything you say about her character but apart from this film, her acting didn’t, I’m afraid, do much for me!

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