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aldrich's attempt at tackling controversy considered tame by today's standards.
very groundbreaking for its time, landmark of a movie.
a should-watch, quite the cult classic.
Very edgy for it's blatant representation of lesbianism at the time, 'The Killing of Sister George' remains as a humourous, cult melodrama in which Beryl Reid gave a powerhouse performance as the jealous, alchy BBC soap opera actress.
Classic lesbian drama, amazing for its time and in some ways still relevant. Hilarious performance by Beryl Reid who reminds me of a few people I have known! Essential LGBT viewing!
It's not as interesting as Lylah Clare which is a tad more vicious in its anti-Hollywood attitude. But it still has a cynical sting to it.
Unbelievable! I can't believe I never saw this camp classic until now! Beryl Reid is amzing as the very unlikable actress playing soap star 'Sister George'. The '60s lesbian bar seen with an all girl band is priceless. And to think it was rated X when it was first released!
I can understand this movie being culturally significant, but it just isn't a very good story. The set up is a good one, but each character behaves bizarrely, and I'm never sure whether they're trying to show us that these characters are bizarre and broken, or whether they're trying to make some kind of "all lesbians have this funky powerplay thing going on." The ending didn't make the least bit of sense, either. Definitely not worth watching.
a beautiful, poignant and subtle movie.
Part of my virtual gay film festival in honour of mardi gras week - take a look - Lesbian scene in London in the 60s