It is of course a classic.
And it's one of the short list of movies in which Beatrice Straight was in. Of course, she won the Oscar for Network, which was richly deserved.
Why am I bringing this up? Because Ms. Straight was a regular customer at Rizzoli when I was the buyer there. I witnessed her descent into Alzheimer's, and as sad and horrific as that disease can be I can only hope that if it's my fate that I can go the way she did. I don't know how she was in private, but in her visits to the store she was filled with love. Things were wonderful, the store was beautiful, I was so handsome with my bright blue eyes.
Never mind that they're green. I wear lots of blue and they change depending upon my shirt.
I'd look at this ginger-haired lady in excellent care, with her hot blue eyes drawing me in and wonder is where she is better? Certainly if I have to go to Alzheimer's I would like to go to the pleasant place she did.
Somehow I think I'd be more Violet Venable. Since I was never able to put off Sebastian in my yoof...