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Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?


Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton, George Segal, Sandy Dennis View All


Ernest Lehman (Screenplay), Mike Nichols (Director), Edward Albee (Writer) View All

Release: Jun. 22nd, 1966
Runtime: 2 hours, 11 minutes
A bitter, aging couple, with the help of alcohol, use a young couple to fuel anguish and emotional pain towards each other.
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mark f
This film pushed the envelope for frankness and language in American films, and thus was semi-responsible for the MPAA.
The film follows middle-aged marriage couple George (Richard Burton) and Martha (Elizabeth Taylor), as they invite a young couple at their home after a party.
One of the most amazing films to come out of the 1960's was the film version of Edward Albee's absurdist vision Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf.


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