USA | 1968 | 113 min | PG

Explores the confrontation between the woman who has everything, including emptiness, and a penniless poet who has nothing but the ability to fill a wealthy woman’s needs.


“It’s the other side of camp. It’s beautiful, atrocious and it’s perfect.” -John Waters

Wealthy hypochondriac Sissy Goforth (Elizabeth Taylor) lives on a secluded island with her servants and nurses; into her life comes a mysterious man (Richard Burton) who may or may not be the ‘Angel of Death.’ Based on the Tennessee Williams play The Milk Train Doesn’t Stop Here Anymore, the cult classic features Taylor in her own legendary jewellery, several gowns by Karl Lagerfeld! and an unforgettable headpiece by Alexandre de Paris, all on a stunning purpose-built set in Sardinia.


Director: Joseph Losey
Cast: Elizabeth Taylor, Richard Burton and Noël Coward


Hosted by culture writer and critic Nathalie Atkinson, this ongoing series considers the crucial contributions of below-the-line craft in both popular favorites and forgotten gems (more…)


There will be door prizes!

With an introduction and notes on camp by series host Nathalie Atkinson to the Taylor-Burton vehicle so wonderfully terrible and so trashy even John Waters bows down to it.


General Admission: $15
Bronze Members, Students & Seniors: $12
Silver Members: $11
Gold Members: FREE

Prices include taxes. All membership benefits are available.


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.