7 comments on “All That Heaven Allows (1955)

  1. Gorgeous looking and with that nice sardonic edge, that sense that it’s all a bit artificial and the butt as always with Sirk is 50s America. Love his films and this is a great one. Lovely write up also.

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      • Of the melodramas the ultimate might be WRITTEN ON THE WIND with its amazing cast and gorgeous visuals. I also like HAS ANYONE SEEN MY GAL? which is played more for laughs, and gets them, with the same social message bubbling beneath the surface. Happy Sirk-ing!

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      • Thanks. Written On the WInd is the only other Sirk film I have seen. I will check out Has Anyone Seen My Gal? and I want to see Imitation of Life too.

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