While it is a period in her career that many find lacking, Millie and I are big fans of the movies Elizabeth Taylor made from the mid-sixties through the seventies. We had a talk about the unique magic of Taylor in middle-age, still beautiful and outrageously famous, but making bolder choices in her performances and choice of roles.
Films Featured on This Episode:
Reflections in a Golden Eye (1967)
Secret Ceremony (1968)
The Only Game in Town (1970)
X, Y, and Zee (1972)
Hammersmith is Out (1972)
Ash Wednesday (1973)
Night Watch (1973)
The Driver's Seat (1974)
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