All About Eve

All About Eve
All About Eve

Year

1950

Duration

138 minutes

Genres

Drama

Language

English

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Synopsis

For once, voters for the Oscars were right - this acerbic, pitch-black satire about an ambitious young actress hoisting herself up the showbusiness ladder won six Oscars, and this wonderful film remains the benchmark for any movie about the backstabbing nature of fame. Anne Baxter is the not-so-innocent on Broadway, George Sanders is droll as the critic who sees through her - and Bette Davis, in a film where every line crackles, gets to say: "Fasten your seatbelts, it's going to be a bumpy night." Cinematic bliss.

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U Classification

Contains very mild sex references

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