A Woman's Face
A Woman's Face (1941)

A remake of the Swedish film of the same name (see entry 55092), MGM's A Woman's Face was reshaped into one of Joan Crawford's best vehicles. Told in flashback from the vantage point of a murder trial, the story concerns a… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: May 23, 1941
DVD Release Date: February 12, 2008
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Fernando F. Croce

Joan Crawford, disfigured for her (and George Cukor's) art

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Emanuel Levy

Under Cukor's guidance, Crawford gives one of her least mannered performance in this noir remake of an Ingrid Bergman Swedish film about a woman whose scarred face has made her bitter.

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Dennis Schwartz
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Pleasing film despite the inane dialogue.

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William Dunmyer
Right after directing "The Philadelphia Story," George Cukor made the unfairly forgotten melodrama "A Woman's Face," starring Joan… More
Stella Dallas
dark material for cukor, better known for his comedies. he manages to draw a nicely restrained performance from joan crawford, as a woman whose fate is twisted… More
William Sleet
Sometimes I actually prefer A Woman's Face over Mildred Pierce - Cukor seems to have subdued Crawford a little, making her seem less histrionic - softer… More