Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?
"Produced on the stage by Richard Barr and Clinton Wilder."
Originally released as a motion picture in 1966.
"Presented in a 'matted' widescreen format preserving the aspect ratio of its original theatrical exhibition. Enhanced for widescreen TVs"--Container.
Special features: Commentary by directors Mike Nichols and Steven Soderbergh; commentary by cinematographer Haskell Wexler; vintage biographical profile "Elizabeth Taylor--an intimate portrait"; two featurettes, "Who's afraid of Virginia Woolf?: a daring work of raw excellence" and "Who's afraid of Virginia Woolf?: too shocking for its time"; 1966 Mike Nichols interview; Sandy Dennis screen test; Elizabeth Taylor/Richard Burton movie trailer gallery.
Disc 2: Special features.
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Martha (to George): "I swear, if you existed, I'd divorce you."
Nick: "May I use the... uh... bar?" George: "Oh, yes... yes... by all means. Drink away... you'll need it as the years go on."
(In the backyard at the tree swing, where the two men are quite drunk) Nick: "...You have any other kids? You have any daughters or anything?" George: "Do we have any heh, heh, heh -- what?" Nick: "Do you have any... I mean, you only have the one, uh... kid! Your son!" George: "Oh! No, no, just, one. One boy. Ha ha.. Our son." Nick: "Well... That's nice..." George: "Yeah, well... he's a... comfort... He's a beanbag." Nick: "...A what?!?" (cont'd)
(cont'd) George: "Beanbag. Beanbag. You wouldn't understand... (gets in Nick's face) A BEAN-BAG!!!" Nick: "I heard you! I didn't say I was deaf! I said I didn't understand!" George: "You didn't say that at all!" Nick: "I meant I was implying I didn't understand! .. Christ's sake..." George: "You're getting testy." Nick: "I'm sorry." George: "All I said was that our son, the apple of our three eyes -- Martha being a cyclops; our son is a beanbag, and you get testy." Nick: "I'm sorry -- it's late. I'm tired; I been drinkin' since nine o'clock; my wife is vomiting... There's been a lotta screaming going on around here!" George: "So you get testy! Naturally! Don't worry about it! Anybody who comes here ends up getting testy. It's expected! Don't be upset!" Nick: "I'm not upset." George: "You're testy." Nick: "Yes."
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