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Now, Voyager

Auditorium - Wednesday 6 Oct 2021, 19:45

A wealthy young woman (Betty Davis) escapes her tyrannical mother to fall hopelessly in love in this magnificent Hollywood melodrama

Prepare to be swept away by an emotional tsunami. Charlotte Vale, a young woman from a wealthy Boston family who is bullied by her domineering widowed mother. Under this tyranny, Charlotte has become a tearful, frumpy, bespectacled spinster with unplucked eyebrows, who lives at home. Her sister saves her from a nervous breakdown by sending her to a sanatorium run by the kindly Dr Jaquith (Claude Rains). Davis’s transformation into an elegant, beautiful woman is one of Hollywood’s iconic moments and her frustrating relationship with architect Jerry Durrance one of its most moving. ‘Davis’s performance is at once spiky and angular and yet also soft, sensual and vulnerable. This film is exquisitely crafted and passionately acted.’ The Guardian

US 1942 Irving Rapper 117

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