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Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
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Release Year
1966

Tagline
You are cordially invited to George and Martha's for an evening of fun and games.

Plot Summary
A bitter aging couple with the help of alcohol, use a young couple to fuel anguish and emotional pain towards each other.

Run Time
131 min

Aspect Ratio
1.85 : 1

Genre
Drama, Thriller

Language
English, Latin

Keyword
Couple, Professor, Marriage, New England, Aging

Movie Rating

Sound Mix
Mono

Colour
Black and White

Film Type
Feature

Film Class
Marriage Drama, Psychological Drama

Themes
Crumbling Marriages, Alcoholism

Tones
Angry, Confrontational, Biting, Harsh, Talky, Tense, Literate

Mood
Strictly Speaking, Abandon All Hope

Has Detailed Data (New)
1, 2, 3

Budget
8000000

Release Date
1966-06-21

Country
USA

Country Of Origin
USA

Wikipedia Text

Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? is a 1962 play by Edward Albee. It examines the breakdown of the marriage of a middle-aged couple, Martha and George. Late one evening, after a university faculty party, they receive an unwitting younger couple, Nick and Honey, as guests, and draw them into their bitter and frustrated relationship. The play is in three acts, normally taking a little less than three hours to perform, with two 10-minute intermissions. The title is a pun on the song "Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?" from Walt Disney's Three Little Pigs (1933), substituting the name of the celebrated English author Virginia Woolf. Martha and George repeatedly sing this version of the song throughout the play.


Youtube Video Code
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Language
Spanish

Keyword
Evening, Alcohol, Guest, Late Night

Movie Rating

Wiki Bio Text
You are cordially invited to George and Martha's for an evening of fun and games George and Martha are a middle aged married couple, whose charged relationship is defined by vitriolic verbal battles, which underlies what seems like an emotional dependence upon each other. This verbal abuse is fueled by an excessive consumption of alcohol. George being an associate History professor in a New Carthage university where Martha's father is the President adds an extra dimension to their relationship. Late one Saturday evening after a faculty mixer, Martha invites Nick and Honey, an ambitious young Biology professor new to the university and his mousy wife, over for a nightcap. As the evening progresses, Nick and Honey, plied with more alcohol, get caught up in George and Martha's games of needing to hurt each other and everyone around them. The ultimate abuse comes in the form of talk of George and Martha's unseen sixteen year old son, whose birthday is the following day. Written by Huggo Synopsis by Hal Erickson "You are cordially invited to George and Martha's for an evening of fun and games." Thus read the ad copy for Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, which in 1966 went farther than any previous big-studio film in its use of profanity and sexual implication. George (Richard Burton) is an alcoholic college professor; Martha (Oscar-winner Elizabeth Taylor) is his virago of a wife. George and Martha know just how to push each other's buttons, with George having a special advantage: he need only mention the couple's son to send Martha into orbit. This evening, the couple's guests are Nick (George Segal), a junior professor, and Honey (Sandy Dennis), Nick's child-like wife. After an evening of sadistic (and sometimes perversely hilarious) "fun and games," the truth about George and Martha's son comes to light. First staged on Broadway in 1962 with Uta Hagen and Arthur Hill, Edward Albee's play was adapted for the screen by Ernest Lehman, who managed to retain virtually all of Albee's scatological epithets (this was the first American film to feature the expletive "goddamn"). Lehman opened up the play by staging one of George's speeches in the backyard, and by relocating the film's second act to a roadside inn (he also added four lines--"all bad," according to Albee). Thanks to the box-office clout of stars Taylor and Burton, not to mention the titilation factor of hearing all those naughty words on the big screen, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf was a hit, and it won 5 Oscars, including awards for Taylor and Dennis, though it lost Best Picture to A Man for All Seasons. First-time director Mike Nichols lost the Oscar, but this movie gave him a perfect transition from his stage work and established him as a hot young Hollywood director, leading to his acclaimed (and Oscar-winning) work on his next movie, The Graduate. http://www.allmovie.com/movie/whos-afraid-of-virginia-woolf-v54412 A bitter aging couple with the help of alcohol, use a young couple to fuel anguish and emotional pain towards each other. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0061184/ Mike Nichols’ film from Edward Albee's play brought new themes to the film industry. Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton have never been more brilliant together as they portray an experienced married couple who love each other yet verbally attack one another when they see how boring their na├»ve newlywed guests have made their night. https://www.themoviedb.org/movie/396-who-s-afraid-of-virginia-woolf Academy Awards, USA 1967 Won Oscar Best Actress in a Leading Role Elizabeth Taylor Elizabeth Taylor was not present at the awards ceremony. Anne Bancroft accepted the award on her ... More Best Actress in a Supporting Role Sandy Dennis Sandy Dennis was unable to attend the Academy Awards presentations, because she was working on a ... More Best Cinematography, Black-and-White Haskell Wexler Best Art Direction-Set Decoration, Black-and-White Richard Sylbert George James Hopkins Best Costume Design, Black-and-White Irene Sharaff Nominated Oscar Best Picture Ernest Lehman Best Actor in a Leading Role Richard Burton Best Actor in a Supporting Role George Segal Best Director Mike Nichols Best Writing, Screenplay Based on Material from Another Medium Ernest Lehman Best Sound George Groves (Warner Bros. SSD) Best Film Editing Sam O'Steen Best Music, Original Music Score Alex North Golden Globes, USA 1967 Nominated Golden Globe Best Motion Picture - Drama Best Motion Picture Director Mike Nichols Best Motion Picture Actress - Drama Elizabeth Taylor Best Motion Picture Actor - Drama Richard Burton Best Supporting Actress Sandy Dennis Best Supporting Actor George Segal Best Screenplay Ernest Lehman BAFTA Awards 1967 Won BAFTA Film Award Best British Actress Elizabeth Taylor Best Film from any Source Mike Nichols Best British Actor Richard Burton For The Spy Who Came in from the Cold American Cinema Editors, USA 1967 Nominated Eddie Best Edited Feature Film Sam O'Steen Bambi Awards 1968 Won Bambi Best Actress - International Elizabeth Taylor Best Actor - International Richard Burton Directors Guild of America, USA 1967 Nominated DGA Award Outstanding Directorial Achievement in Motion Pictures Mike Nichols Grammy Awards 1967 Nominated Grammy Best Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or Television Show Alex North Kansas City Film Critics Circle Awards 1966 Won KCFCC Award Best Film Best Actress Elizabeth Taylor Laurel Awards 1967 Won Golden Laurel Drama Male Dramatic Performance Richard Burton Female Dramatic Performance Elizabeth Taylor Female Supporting Performance Sandy Dennis 2nd place Golden Laurel Male Supporting Performance George Segal National Board of Review, USA 1967 Won NBR Award Best Actress Elizabeth Taylor Top Ten Films National Film Preservation Board, USA 2013 Won National Film Registry National Society of Film Critics Awards, USA 1967 2nd place NSFC Award Best Actor Richard Burton Tied with Max von Sydow for Hawaii (1966). 3rd place NSFC Award Best Film New York Film Critics Circle Awards 1966 Won NYFCC Award Best Actress Elizabeth Taylor Tied with Lynn Redgrave for Georgy Girl (1966). 2nd place NYFCC Award Best Actor Richard Burton Best Film Online Film & Television Association 2013 Won OFTA Film Hall of Fame Motion Picture Writers Guild of America, USA 1967 Won WGA Award (Screen) Best Written American Drama Ernest Lehman Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? is a 1962 play by Edward Albee. It examines the breakdown of the marriage of a middle-aged couple, Martha and George. Late one evening, after a university faculty party, they receive an unwitting younger couple, Nick and Honey, as guests, and draw them into their bitter and frustrated relationship. The play is in three acts, normally taking a little less than three hours to perform, with two 10-minute intermissions. The title is a pun on the song "Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?" from Walt Disney's Three Little Pigs (1933), substituting the name of the celebrated English author Virginia Woolf. Martha and George repeatedly sing this version of the song throughout the play. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Who's_Afraid_of_Virginia_Woolf?_(film)

Profile Bio Text
Directed by Mike Nichols Writing Credits Ernest Lehman ... (screenplay) Edward Albee ... (play) (uncredited) Cast (in credits order) verified as complete Elizabeth Taylor...Martha Richard Burton...George George Segal... Nick Sandy Dennis... Honey Agnes Flanagan...Roadhouse Waitress (uncredited) Frank Flanagan...Roadhouse Manager (uncredited) Produced by Ernest Lehman ... producer (uncredited) Music by Alex North ... (music composed by) Cinematography by Haskell Wexler ... director of photography Film Editing by Sam O'Steen ... film editor Production Design by Richard Sylbert Set Decoration by George James Hopkins Costume Design by Irene Sharaff ... (costumes designed by) Makeup Department Gordon Bau ... makeup artist: Miss Taylor Ron Berkeley ... makeup artist: Mr. Burton (as Ronnie Berkeley) Sydney Guilaroff ... hair styles creator: Miss Taylor Jean Burt Reilly ... supervising hair stylist Second Unit Director or Assistant Director Bud Grace ... assistant director Art Department Craig Binkley ... set dresser (uncredited) Harold Michelson ... storyboard artist (uncredited) Joseph Musso ... production illustrator (uncredited) Sound Department M.A. Merrick ... sound George Groves ... sound recordist (uncredited) Camera and Electrical Department Frank Flanagan ... gaffer (uncredited) Ralph Gerling ... camera operator (uncredited) Robert Jason ... electrician (uncredited) Michael A. Jones ... rigging gaffer (uncredited) Robert Willoughby ... special still photographer (uncredited) Costume and Wardrobe Department Joan Joseff ... costume jeweller (uncredited) Music Department Alex North ... conductor Robert Bain ... musician: guitar (uncredited) Henry Brant ... orchestrator (uncredited) Dan Wallin ... music scoring mixer (uncredited) Transportation Department Frank Khoury ... driver: cast (uncredited) Other crew Richard Barr ... produced on the stage by Doane Harrison ... production advisor Hal W. Polaire ... assistant to the producer (as Hal Polaire) Meta Rebner ... script supervisor Clinton Wilder ... produced on the stage by Wayne Fitzgerald ... title designer (uncredited) T.J. Healy II ... production assistant (uncredited) Herbert Ross ... choreographer (uncredited) Crew verified as complete

Couple Profile Source
www.imdb.com/title/tt0061184/

Keyword
Dancing, Confession, Alcoholic, Blockbuster, Battle Of The Sexes, Hysterical Pregnancy, Scream, Adultery, Small Town, Diner, Infertility, Surprise Ending, Drink, Secret, Drunk, Suburb, Real Life Husband And Wife Play Husband And Wife, Drinking And Driving, Memory, Hurt Feelings, Unfaithfulness, Implied Sex, Crying, Marriage Crisis, Marital Discord, Drunken Argument, Frustration, Unhappy Marriage, Yelling, Husband Wife Relationship, Question In Title, Marriage As Hell, Dysfunctional Marriage, Based On Play, Title Spoken By Character, Sadness, Resentment, Revelation, Young Couple, Night, Saturday, New England, Box Office Hit, Laughter, Dark Comedy, Sunrise, Glass, Broken Bottle, Bottle, Cleavage, Kitchen, Porch, Threat, Insult, Biology Teacher, History Teacher, Practical Joke, Argument Between Couple, Marital Argument, Quarrel Between Spouses, Quarrel Between Couple, Quarrel Between Married Couple, Psychological Abuse, Hate, Reckless Driving, Mistreatment, Talking While Driving, Car Driving, Cigarette Smoking, Cognac, Brandy, Alcoholism, Houseguest, Cruelty, Tears, Strangulation, Bandstand, Nightclub, Tree Swing, Closet, Biologist, Reference To Bob Dylan, Painting, Reference To Virginia Woolf, Nylons, Reference To Alice Faye, Spit In The Face, Reference To Joseph Cotten, Phonograph Record, Reference To Warner Bros., Bolt Action Rifle, Reference To Bette Davis, Bedroom, Living Room, House, Love Hate Relationship, Man With Glasses, Grudge, Visitor, Visit, Sarcasm, Irony, Quarrel, Disagreement, Dispute, Screaming, Wrath, Rage, Anger, Bitterness, Conversation, Discussion, Fighting, Fight, Argument, Drinking, Black Comedy, Teacher, University Professor, Directorial Debut, Wife And Husband Lead Actors, Fictional Son, Long Take, Dialogue Driven, Cheat On Husband, High Artistic Quality, High Historical Importance, Fantasy World, Opportunist, Infidelity, Idealist, Childlessness, Vomit, Neurosis, Drunkenness, Minimal Cast, Battle-Of-The-Sexes, Dysfunctional, Family-Secrets, Family-Tragedy, Marital-Problems, Mud-Slinging, Psychological-Abuse, Recrimination, Strictly Speaking, Uncomfortable Viewing, Unloveables, Crumbling Marriages, Swing, Sunday, Monologue, Garden, Drunk Driving, Drunk Driver, Dawn, Dance, Cuckold, Imaginary Person, Umbrella, Singing, Prank, One Night, Matricide, Jukebox, Humiliation, Guilt, Flower, Domestic Violence

Music Genre (Text)
Drama

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