George Eastman is young, ambitious, and hopeful of promotion, and Clift expresses the confusion, conflict, and melancholy that conceal these dreams. Clift was driven to his death by a mixture of despair and resignation. What is it that movies, books, and paintings can do to keep our imaginations alive? These works are valuable for storytelling. It’s almost magical to think of this power that has influenced imagination over the past 100 years. Isn’t it true that the myths and stories of the Greeks can be traced back thousands of years?
American tragedy George Stevens 1951 “A Place under the Sun” (Blu-ray, Paramount, Unrated) is one of America’s greatest movies. This sad story was told without any distractions thanks to Stevens’ patience and precision. This film is a masterpiece. This is a “directed movie” that lacks any evidence of directorial style. It’s the exact opposite of Tarantino and Kubrick. Stevens was nominated for 4 Oscars and 2 nominations as a director. He was seen as Dwight D. Eisenhower’s military photographer team chief, during World War II. The content is deeply affected.Before the war Stevens was best known for his comedies, such as ‘Swing time,’ ‘Gonggading’ or ‘The more the better. ‘ Later, gravity and social issues defined his photos, which contained racism and class considerations ‘huge,’ Hope and tragedy “Annie Frank’s diary.” The Place Under the Sun, inspired by the 1906 trial was set in the United States following World War II. Montgomery Clift was 29 years old and George Eastman was keen to find success, a beautiful bride, and a successful career. “American dream” .
He was only charged with the murder of his mistress, a pregnant factory worker (Shelley Winters), and was sentenced to prison. Stevens chose Paramount Pictures because he knew it would be a tense experience for the audience. He had to sue the studio in order to let them film “A Place in the Sun”, which boosted its box office success and earned him great reviews. Stevens unexpectedly chose the heroine pair, which is an example of his persistence in taking risks.Elizabeth Taylor is 17 years old, a child star in the United States “National Velvet”, “Lacy Go Home” with ‘Little lady. ‘ Stevens borrowed Taylor’s home studio MGM from Taylor and immediately collaborated with her. Taylor stated that she had never considered acting in a 2001 short film, which was included in the Blu-ray special. “My partner, a horse and a canine,” Taylor said. Clift was her inspiration. They had a long, close friendship that lasted a lifetime. Taylor’s career was changed by her performance as an upper-class lady. She was instantly a true actor. She will win two Oscars as Best Actress. Stevens collaborated on two films with her, including “Giant”, while she has also had two collaborations for Clift Second-rate.
In the 1950s, Shelley Winters was as sad or grumpy as anyone could have imagined. Her image portrays a young girl with blonde, glamorous hair. Winters was awarded the Oscar for Best Supporting Actress in Stevens’ Diary of Anne Frank. She had to beg the director for a meeting to get a screen-test. She went to the factory and dyed her hair, purchased similar clothes, then arrived at work early. Stevens noticed that she was sitting on the couch and didn’t notice. When Stevens was impatient and ready for him to leave, he realized who was seated on the sofa. The moment when Taylor and Montgomery sex while dancing was considered “pure cinema” because it was an amazing moment. Stevens here moved into an extreme close up, which is nothing more than Clift’s head and Taylor’s eyes. He lowered his head onto her shoulder and murmured “Come to mama!” Stevens didn’t tell the actor what he should do. It was instinct. But he knew that the audience would feel the kiss when he approached so strongly. A group of distinguished directors have been featured in the special feature, including Fred Zinniman (Warren Beatty), Frank Capra (Frank Capra), Robert Wise, Alan J. Pakula and Robert Wise. Witness-recalls 2001’s story of an expressionless filmmaker. Nicknamed “Indians”. Stevens started out as a photographer, shooting short silent comedies of Laurel and Hardy.By 1935, when Catherine Hepburn chose him to direct, he ushered in a major breakthrough “Alice Adams” Booth Tarkington is a shocking and heartbreaking character portrait of a small town girl. One time, we were told that the director had a disagreement with the star. Kate was determined not to let George do it that way. He refused to compromise. Capra said most directors in such a position would surrender when working with stars who made this possible. George was different. Kate did it her way.