I'll Cry Tomorrow
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Susan Hayward pulls out all the stops, and then some, in this cinemadaptation of singer Lillian Roth's autobiography I'll Cry Tomorrow. In as harshly realistic a manner as possible in the still censor-dominated Hollywood of 1955, the film recounts Roth's rise to fame, her precipitous fall and her tearful comeback. The fact that Roth loves not wisely but too well is only part of the problem (only two of her eight husbands are portrayed in the film); contributing factors to her self-destruction also included her witchlike "stage mother" (Jo Van Fleet) and the pressures of… More
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"In the '40s, Hayward had a distinctive and rather bitchy sex appeal and clear hunger for stardom that gave way in the '50s to a weary but still authoritative command of frank self-pity and tough-broad defiance."
‑ Dan Callahan, Slant Magazine
"We always love Susan Hayward"
‑ Lori Hoffman, Atlantic City Weekly
"Apelando vez por outra para o melodrama, o filme resiste ao tempo grašas Ó performance corajosa de Susan Hayward e Ó forma realista com que retrata o drama do alcoolismo."
‑ Pablo Villaca, Cinema em Cena
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