A soberly histrionic and polished version of Henry James's novel Washington Square, this shows some of its theatrical origins in situation and dialogue, having arrived via the Broadway customization aside Ruth and Augustus Goetz. Manner, there are pleasures in the designs, score by Copland (triumphant an Academy Grant) and performances. Oscar-enchanting de Havilland's portrayal of a plain-jane spinster who comes to the painful realization that her wooer's intentions are more mercenary than unpractical is spine-chilling. As the dashing fortune-hunter, Clift brings a strategic ambiguity to one of his least engrossing roles, and Richardson is also cool.
This immaculately cast and brilliantly directed motion picture was adapted from Henry James's novel Washington Square. Olivia de Havilland totally rightly won her flawed Academy Endow with as the flat spinster seeking attachment from fortune hunter Montgomery Clift. Clift also gives a finely controlled performance of great refinement and, yet both he and de Havilland are too usefulness-looking in spite of their roles, it is this quintessential Hollywood representative that keeps you riveted to the screen. As de Havilland's autocratic father, Ralph Richardson delivers arguably his finest screen work, and these flawless casting choices contribute to what is doubtless the most satisfying screen adjustment of James's work. Resourceful director William Wyler lets the space ...
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