WHAT EVER HAPPENED TO BABY JANE?
Friday, May 20 - Sunday, May 22, 2016
Chosen by Sean R., floor staff
“Grand Guignol runs head-on into 40s film noir and the result is this chilling, hysterical 1962 movie by the master of the bleak (black) vision, Robert Aldrich (The Dirty Dozen, Ulzana’s Raid, Emperor of the North, Kiss Me Deadly). Bette Davis, garish and loony, is a former child star who passes the time torturing her crippled sister Joan Crawford. Aldrich’s direction and dynamite performances from the two old troupers make this film an experience.” -Don Druker, The Chicago Reader
Part of the series “Classic IFC Center”
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